Studio Art Courses

June 16th, 2010 by Bridget

A variety of studio-based art courses are being offered in conjunction with PSU’s College of Graduate Studies and Art Department.  Beginners through advanced artists are welcome.

To register, submit a registration form to the College of Graduate Studies.  Registration begins on April 7, 2010.  For the complete list of courses being offered during Summer 2010, please visit the College of Graduate Studies Course Information page.

Courses Offered

Studio Art Courses

Arts in Education Summer Institute: Putting the Power of the Arts to the Test (AR 5560.05)

Special Topics in Art: Exploring Encaustic Painting with Beeswax (AE 5560.01)

Special Topics in Art: Forts, Sanctuaries, and Secret Shelters (AR5560.02)

Special Topics in Art: Foam Plate Printmaking

Special Topics in Art: The Emotional Landscape (AR 5560.03)

Special Topics in Art: Funky, Folded Books (AR 5560.01)

Special Topics in Art: Integrating Art and Nature for Educators (AR 5560.WV)

Contemporary Challenges in Art Education: En Plein Air Watercolor (AE5020.01)

Special Topics in Art: Green Graphic Design (AR 5560.02)

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