Drawing & Painting Minor

A minor in Drawing & Painting allows students to develop a range of skills in the context of ongoing dialogues with the traditions and histories of drawing and painting, and with contemporary art. Students will gain skills in observational drawing and painting, digital applications to drawing and painting, and acquire a knowledge of materials and processes needed for creative problem solving.

NOTE: A prerequisite to entering into the required course DRPT 2016 is GART 1004 plus one painting course in First Year.
 
Prerequisite: DRPT 1003 Painting I AND DRPT 1004 Painting II (OR DRPT 1001 Introduction to Painting) and 2.0 credits of first-year studio and 1.0 credit of first-year liberal studies, (must include one of the Essay and the Argument courses ENGL 1003 or ENGL 1004, formerly LBST 1B11, LBST 1B12 or LBST 1B13)
OR
GART 1001, one of GART 1015, GART 1B44 (no new code), GART 1029, DRPT 2001, DRPT 2002, DRPT 2010 and 2.0 credits of first-year studio and 1.0 credit of first-year liberal studies, (must include one of the Essay and the Argument courses ENGL 1003 or ENGL 1004, formerly LBST 1B11, LBST 1B12 or LBST 1B13)
 
Alternately:
Prerequisite: DRPT 1003 Painting I AND DRPT 1004 Painting II (OR DRPT 1001 Introduction to Painting) OR GART 1004 and one of GART 1015, GART 1B44 (no new code), GART 1029, DRPT 2001, DRPT 2002, DRPT 2010 AND 2.0 credits of first-year studio and 1.0 credit of first-year liberal studies (including one of ENGL 1003, ENGL 1004, LBST 1B11, LBST 1B12 or LBST 1B13)

To review the Drawing & Painting minor program guide, go to the Program Guides page