ART 616 Painting

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Catalog course description

The primary goal of the painting program is to enhance the student's ability in conceiving of a strong personal vision. The program defines painting as a complex and vital art form that exists in a state of constant flux, a tradition that is both mired in history and capable of regularly redefining itself. It equally embraces students who define painting as a practice that goes far beyond the brush, and those who employ more traditional methodologies.

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Target student audience

Companion website

Instructor contact information

Brian Bishop
Office: 316 Woods Hall
Phone: 348-1902
brian {dot} bishop {at} ua {dot} edu

Course assignments

Course outline or calendar


Course number and section, and number of credit hours

ART 616 - 001. Two to six hours.

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Typically offered during which semesters

Fall Semester, Spring Semester

Next offered

Fall Semester, 2008