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2007 Spring Term — FIAR Undergraduate

Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
4585 FIAR 1   1901 Basic Drawing  3 Long,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — This is the basic, fundamental drawing course offered at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
4776 FIAR 1   1902 Basic Drawing  3 Poetzel,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — This is the basic, fundamental drawing course offered at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2183 FIAR 11   1901 Visual Dynamics 1: Concept, Process and Composition  3 Horvath,S.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — No prerequisite for FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
3664 FIAR 11   1902 Visual Dynamics 1: Concept, Process and Composition  3 Engelhardt,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — No prerequisite for FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2184 FIAR 21   1901 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Feldhausen,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2185 FIAR 21   1902 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Horvath,S.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2186 FIAR 21   1903 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Gates,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2187 FIAR 21   1904 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Barany,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2188 FIAR 21   1905 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Tomaszewski,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuF 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2189 FIAR 21   1906 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Tomaszewski,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuF 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2190 FIAR 21   1907 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Juarez,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2191 FIAR 21   1908 Visual Dynamics 2: Color, Light and Time  3 Juarez,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 11. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2192 FIAR 31   1901 Space, Form and Materials  3 McCaw,S.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuF 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — No prerequisite. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2193 FIAR 34   1901 Intermediate Intaglio  3 Darling,Z.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 33. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2194 FIAR 36   1901 Intermediate Photo and Plate Lithography  3 Lundquist,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: Th 8:00am - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 35. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2195 FIAR 38   1901 Intermediate Screenprinting and Relief  3 Lundquist,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 37. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2196 FIAR 51   1901 Visual Statement: Visual & Psychological Passag  1.5 Long,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Visual & Psychological Passages. Artists and Designers have incorporated passages such as doors and windows in their work for a multitude of reasons- to separate spaces, to set boundaries, to create passageways, to frame an event. Trap doors, hidden panels, gateways, bridges, peepholes, and other versions of doors and windows have been used to suggest concepts such as hospitality, liberation, lost opportunity, and the transition from one place or state of mind to another. Assignments will deal with such concepts and will usually include an image of some type of passageway. Most assignments will be executed with mixed media.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2197 FIAR 51   1902 Visual Statement: Mixed Color Media  1.5 Long,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Mixed Color Media. Students will execute mixed media works which visually express individually selected concepts. Imaginative invention and expressive use of color and media will be used to achieve a series of complex compositions. Projects will encourage students to recognize the value of discoveries made while engaged in the creative process of working. Students who are enrolled in Mixed Color Media fall semester may not reenroll spring semester!  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2198 FIAR 51   1903 Visual Statement: Animals in Art, Lore and Fable  1.5 Long,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: Th 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — ANIMALS IN ART, LORE, AND FABLE. Animals have appeared in the visual work and folklore of virtually all cultures throughout the ages. Ancient fables depict animals as teachers and models for human behavior. In the legends and artwork of many lands animals appear as sacred beings and possessors of magical abilities and great wisdom. In this studio class students wil explore a variety of similar themes. The nature of the research for the assignments will enable students to examine animal images and texts created by a diverse range of artists and writers. No prerequisite. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2199 FIAR 51   1904 Visual Statement: Symbol and Content  1.5 Marie,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: M 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Symbol & Content. 3-d media is used to explore different means of conveying a specific narrative or symbolic content to the viewer through personal conceptualization and expression. Possible projects may include the humorous, such as visual puns or metaphorical portraits, or exploration of personal insights via encoded self-portraits that take the form of sculptural altered books or toy designs. Emphasis will be placed both on discovering the expressive potential of various media, tools, and visual elements as well as on exploring the processes by which complex concepts can be developed and expressed.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2200 FIAR 51   1905 Visual Statement: Appropriation & Mark Making  1.5 Darling,Z.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Appropriation & Mark Making. 3-d media is used to explore different means of conveying a specific narrative or symbolic content to the viewer through personal conceptualization and expression. Possible projects may include the humorous, such as visual puns or metaphorical portraits, or exploration of personal insights via encoded self-portraits that take the form of sculptural altered books or toy designs. Emphasis will be placed both on discovering the expressive potential of various media, tools, and visual elements as well as on exploring the processes by which complex concepts can be developed and expressed.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2201 FIAR 51   1906 Visual Statement: Appropriation & Mark Making  1.5 Darling,Z.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Appropriation & Mark Making. 3-d media is used to explore different means of conveying a specific narrative or symbolic content to the viewer through personal conceptualization and expression. Possible projects may include the humorous, such as visual puns or metaphorical portraits, or exploration of personal insights via encoded self-portraits that take the form of sculptural altered books or toy designs. Emphasis will be placed both on discovering the expressive potential of various media, tools, and visual elements as well as on exploring the processes by which complex concepts can be developed and expressed.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2202 FIAR 51   1907 Visual Statement: The Body & Material Culture  1.5 Marie,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 3:30pm - 4:50pm
  Class Notes — The Body & Material Culture. This course explores the figurative form in its relation to material culture and the human identity. Students interpret the body using a range of materials (alternative and traditional) and examine the meanings these materials invoke. The implications of material meaning, both on a personal and social level, notions of beauty, redirection, and identification and responsiveness to the conditioning of the human body are considered. Students develop ideas through research, material explorations, and an active inquiry into various visual fabrications. Emphasis is placed on collaborative and individual projects. Students will also explore proposal development, working effectively with bureaucracies, practicing a range of documentation techniques, and learning about recent developments in the field by reading some of its important literature.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2203 FIAR 51   1908 Visual Statement: The Body & Material Culture  1.5 Tomaszewski,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 5:00pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — The Body & Material Culture. This course explores the figurative form in its relation to material culture and the human identity. Students interpret the body using a range of materials (alternative and traditional) and examine the meanings these materials invoke. The implications of material meaning, both on a personal and social level, notions of beauty, redirection, and identification and responsiveness to the conditioning of the human body are considered. Students develop ideas through research, material explorations, and an active inquiry into various visual fabrications. Emphasis is placed on collaborative and individual projects. Students will also explore proposal development, working effectively with bureaucracies, practicing a range of documentation techniques, and learning about recent developments in the field by reading some of its important literature.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2204 FIAR 51   1909 Visual Statement: Contemporary Visual Imaginatio  1.5 Tomaszewski,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: Th 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Contemporary Visual Imagination. Using contemporary visual culture as a starting point, students will take in-depth looks into a variety of contemporary artists and thinkers in other disciplines and their processes, methods and materials. Students will then use this research to structure their own processes and methods, select materials and media, and make visual work. The course work will include readings, class discussions, slide and visual lectures. The assignments will include 2D, 3D and 4D (time based) elements.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2205 FIAR 51   1910 Visual Statement: Contemporary Visual Imaginatio  1.5 Tomaszewski,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: Th 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Contemporary Visual Imagination. Using contemporary visual culture as a starting point, students will take in-depth looks into a variety of contemporary artists and thinkers in other disciplines and their processes, methods and materials. Students will then use this research to structure their own processes and methods, select materials and media, and make visual work. The course work will include readings, class discussions, slide and visual lectures. The assignments will include 2D, 3D and 4D (time based) elements.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2207 FIAR 62   1901 Painting 2  3 Howard,M.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequistes are: FIAR 1 and FIAR 11. MIAD Fee. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2208 FIAR 62   1902 Painting 2  3    Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequistes are: FIAR 1 and FIAR 11. MIAD fee. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2209 FIAR 64   1901 Drawing 2  3 Nesbitt,D.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 8:00am - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 63. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2210 FIAR 66   1901 Sculpture 2: Metal and Wood  3 Pergl,W.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 65. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2211 FIAR 66   1902 Sculpture 2: Metal and Wood  3 Grudzinski,B.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 065. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2212 FIAR 72   1901 Figure Sculpture 2  3 Pergl,W.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 71. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2213 FIAR 74   1901 Communication Design 2  3 Shidler,D.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 73. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2214 FIAR 74   1902 Communication Design 2  3 Shidler,D.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 73. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2215 FIAR 75   1901 Principles of Photography  3 Chatman,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — No Prerequisite. Students must have a 35 mm camera w/adjustable aperture and shutter speed controls, and a light meter. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2216 FIAR 75   1902 Principles of Photography  3 Thomsen,S.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 8:00am - 10:50am
  Class Notes — No Prerequisite. Students must have a 35 mm camera w/adjustable aperture and shutter speed controls, and a light meter. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2217 FIAR 76   1901 Digital Imaging  3 Chatman,L.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 8:00am - 10:50am
  Course Restrictions — Department Consent Required

Class Notes — Prerequisite is FIAR 75. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.
 
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
3680 FIAR 98   1901 Topics in Fine Arts  3    Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
TBA
  Course Restrictions — Department Consent Required

Class Notes — Prerequisites are: HIST 7 and HIST 8; Junior standing. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. 273 East Erie Street.
 
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2218 FIAR 180   1901 History of Modernism & Contemporary Design  3 Slauson,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: Tu 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: HIST 7 and HIST 8. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2219 FIAR 180   1902 History of Modernism & Contemporary Design  3 Slauson,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: HIST 7 and HIST 8. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2220 FIAR 182   1901 History of Modern and Contemporary Art  3 Schachameyer,S.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: W 6:50pm - 9:40pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: HIST 7 and HIST 8. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2221 FIAR 192   1901 Computer Studio 2  3    Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 6:50pm - 9:40pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: FIAR 191, and junior standing. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2222 FIAR 192   1902 Computer Studio 2  3 Fleischmann,M.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: TuTh 3:30pm - 6:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: FIAR 191, and junior standing. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2223 FIAR 192   1903 Computer Studio 2  3 Fleischmann,M.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: FIAR 191, and junior standing. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
2224 FIAR 192   1904 Computer Studio 2  3 Weyenberg,J.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: MW 6:50pm - 9:40pm
  Class Notes — Prerequisites are: FIAR 191, and junior standing. All FIAR courses are taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. 273 East Erie Street.  
Class #  Subj   #    Section  TitleUnits  Instructor Session Dates, Days & Times  
5913 FIAR 198   1901 Upper Division Topics in Fine Arts: History of Architecture  3 Szczesny-Adams,C.   Sess. 1: 01/15/07 - 05/12/07
Meets: F 12:30pm - 3:20pm
  Course Restrictions — Department Consent Required

 

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