Fine Arts

Visual Arts

Degree Options

Students may pursue the following:

  • Interdisciplinary Minor with a concentration in Visual Arts (18 credit hours in Visual Arts courses)

  • Interdisciplinary Major with a concentration in Visual Arts (36 credit hours in Visual Arts courses)

Visual Arts courses can also be applied to the following:

  • Interdisciplinary Minor with a concentration in Fine Arts (18 credit hours in any Fine Arts courses)

  • Interdisciplinary Major with a concentration in Fine Arts (36 credit hours in any Fine Arts courses)

  • Interdisciplinary Honours

  • Degrees outside the Fine Arts Department

Visual Arts Courses

Visual arts courses may include:

  • FNAR 1113 Practical Introduction to Art Fundamentals

  • FNAR 1333 Drawing and Sketching I

  • FNAR 1633 Drawing and Sketching II

  • FNAR 2113 Visual Art and Aesthetic Literacy

  • FNAR 2123 Introduction to History of 20th Century 3-D Art and Architecture

  • FNAR 2173 Watercolour Painting

  • FNAR 2183 Ideas in Art

  • FNAR 2193 Concepts in Painting

  • FNAR 2263 Images of Women in Art

  • FNAR 2273 Figure Modeling I: Modeling and Casting

  • FNAR 2283 Brancusi and the Essence of Things

  • FNAR 2293 Earthworks: Sculpture and Geology

  • FNAR 2313 Introductory Painting

  • FNAR 2413 The Motorcycle and Art

  • FNAR 2423 Metropia: Architectural Scale Model Proposal

  • FNAR 2433 Stop-Motion Animation

  • FNAR 2443 Mixed Media & Fibre Arts

  • FNAR 2993 Encounter With Canadian Art History

  • FNAR 3003 Independent Study: Painting

  • FNAR 3113 Reading and Writing Art

  • FNAR 3123 Critical Theory in Contemporary Visual Art

  • FNAR 3313 Figure Modeling II: the Portrait Bust

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Painting by William Forrestall, Professor of Introductory Painting