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02600/Tyler School of Art (TYLER)

Lower Division Courses

1197. Art, Race, and the American Experience (3 s.h.) F S. RCI: XC.

(Formerly: TYLER R188.)

The course will examine manifestations of racism in our society and their reflection in the art world. Areas of major focus will include non-white influences on American artists; the exclusion of artists of color from the mainstream; the perpetuation of racist practices toward culturally diverse art forms and artists; the attitudes, behaviors, and expectation of students toward art and race.

Note: This course can be used to satisfy a university Core Studies in Race, Writing Intensive, and American Culture (XC) requirement. Although it may be usable towards graduation as a major requirement or university elective, it cannot be used to satisfy any of the university GenEd requirements. See your advisor for further information.

Upper Division Courses

3349. Tyler School Japan Art, Media and Design Workshop (6 s.h.)

(Formerly: TYLER 0349.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

A workshop designed to provide art students with study-abroad experience in Japan. Individual sections offered by departments or areas of the Tyler School introduce different specific topics, so that students may choose the area in which they wish to work. A Tyler faculty member will teach the studio. In addition to the studio component, there will be art history related lectures on topics in Japanese art, guest lectures and workshops by contemporary Japanese artists, field trips, and a multimedia interdisciplinary lab for all students. The goal of the workshop is to give art students a firm grounding in the social, cultural, historical, and practical facets of art in Japan.

3385. Field Internship (3 s.h.) F S SS.

(Formerly: TYLER 0351.)

Prerequisite: A written proposal must be developed and agreed upon before the beginning of the semester, describing the setting and the time commitment, which must equal at least 10 hours per week for the full semester.

A field internship must provide practical experience in a setting which is relevant to the studentís course of study, such as in a gallery, museum or community art center, etc. A comprehensive paper must be written.

3585. Diamond Peer Teachers - Internship I (1 s.h.) F.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor required.

The Diamond Peer Teachers Program provides students with a mentored university-level teaching experience in their major. Course requirements include participation in the three-day pre-semester Teaching Institute and regular participation in the Peer Teachers support group throughout the semester. Peer Teachers provide supplemental instruction in first- and second-year courses, promote student engagement, and model successful study habits and academic preparedness for students with whom they work. For Diamond Peer Teachers only.

3586. Diamond Peer Teachers - Internship II (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor required.

The Diamond Peer Teachers Program provides students with a mentored university-level teaching experience in their major. Course requirements include participation in the three-day pre-semester Teaching Institute and regular participation in the Peer Teachers support group throughout the semester. Peer Teachers provide supplemental instruction in first- and second-year courses, promote student engagement, and model successful study habits and academic preparedness for students with whom they work. For Diamond Peer Teachers only.


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