Prerequisite: ARTS 324 Drawing III or permission of the instructor. (Second semester/3 credits)
An investigation into drawing techniques and impetus as a means of communication and expression. Students accomplished in the fundamentals of perceptual and nonobjective drawing will pursue projects for individual discovery and growth. Focused thematic drawing problems, experimentation with drawing parameters, materials and formats, and the study of contemporary ideologies and current drawing strategies form the core of this course, orienting students to the possibilities of communication specific to the discipline of drawing, and providing a basis for the development of individual drawing projects.