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Summer Session I
June 3 to July 5, 2013
Summer Session II
July 8 to August 9, 2013
Extended Summer Session
June 3 to August 9, 2013
High school students should view Courses for High School Students.
4 credit hoursInstructor: Sean DowneyRequirements Fulfilled: caM, T, Th 11:00 AM - 01:20 PM
Summer Session II: July 8 to August 9, 2013This is an experiential learning art course for beginners. No previous drawing experience necessary. May be repeated once for credit if taught by different instructors.A studio class that introduces a range of drawing materials and methods. Students will draw from direct observation of still-life, landscape, and the human figure. Drawing media may include graphite, charcoal, ink, and collage, as well as watercolor and pastel. The drawings of great artists throughout history will be studied to provide examples of what is possible within this broad and expressive visual language.Sage class number: 2087Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a $40 Studio Art Fee and a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee
4 credit hoursInstructor: Alfredo GisholtRequirements Fulfilled: caM, T, Th 06:30 - 08:50 PM
Summer Session I: June 3 to July 5, 2013This is a art course for beginners. This course may be repeated once for credit if offered by different instructors.This art course is an introduction to the materials and methods of drawing. A topic based course, this section of FA 3b will offer basic drawing instruction through focus on a particular theme: drawing with the "wet media" of ink and watercolor. Students will work from still life, the figure and landscape, and will consider how pens and brushes can be used in expressive and inventive ways.Sage class number: 2060Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a $40 Studio Art Fee and a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee
4 credit hoursInstructor: Scott WienerRequirements Fulfilled: caM, T, Th 11:00 AM - 01:20 PM
Summer Session I: June 3 to July 5, 2013This is an experiential learning course. This course may be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor.An introduction to the visual forms and concepts of the photographic image. A range of digital techniques is covered along with aspects of the history of photography. Students must provide their own digital camera. Field trips and image presentations supplement the studio aspect of the course.Sage class number: 2061Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a $150 studio art fee and a nonrefundable, once per summer $50 registration fee.
4 credit hoursInstructor: Marc WeinbergRequirements Fulfilled: ss, caM, T, Th 01:30 - 03:50 PM
Summer Session I: June 3 to July 5, 2013This course is an introduction to the basic principles and techniques of fictional narrative motion picture production. Students will take part in teams and produce two short films. The films will emphasize dramatic development and creative storytelling through image composition, camera movement, editing, and sound.Sage class number: 2062Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee
4 credit hoursInstructor: Joseph CoronitiRequirements Fulfilled: wi, caOnline T, Th 06:00 - 07:30 PM
Extended Summer Session: June 3 to August 9, 2013This is an experiential learning course. This course may not be taken for credit by students who took THA 104a in prior years. Please Note: This course does not count toward a Major or Minor in Creative Writing, but does fulfill the Writing Intensive Requirement for Degree Requirements.In this online playwriting workshop, members will create three-dimensional characters in action; dramatic tension and conflict; and cadenced dialogue that grips the audience. As models for writing, we will consider a small number of plays and film adaptations, drawn from such works as Glengarry Glen Ross (David Mamet), The Heidi Chronicles (Wendy Wasserstein), Topdog/Underdog (Suzan-Lori Parks), Angels in America (Tony Kushner), Waiting for Godot, and Amadeus. However, the focus of this workshop will be on students' original scripts. Participants will write one ten-minute play and one one-act play. You can view a syllabus for this class here.Sage class number: 2114Course Tuition: $2,475 plus a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee