Students enrolled in Drawing develop a personal approach selecting from a variety of drawing materials and concepts. Drawing is emphasized as an end in itself, beyond the more traditional idea that Drawing is mainly a preparatory process for the development of visual ideas for other media.
Student must attend a Colloquium Lecture Series, Portfolio Review 1 and 2, and an Exhibition. A grade of C- must be earned in all ART courses counted towards the major.
A minimum of five ART courses must be taken at MSUM.
A minimum of sixteen introductory studio credits are required. At least four credits in three-dimensional media is required. Students must choose from ART 203A-203M, excluding 203H, for these credits. Student must take four credits of intermediate studio, ART 303A-303M, excluding ART 303H. Students must also take one art history course at the 300 level or above.
Catherine Wack, Drawing and Art History Emphasis