IDDepartmentUpdatedUserOutcomeGoalRatingCourses
243Art5/18/2011wbrogersArtwork: Presentation-The student will present his/her artwork in a manner appropriate to the area of emphasis, within the context of the Senior Exhibition. Aesthetic Value
Command of language: Writing
Critical Thinking
Information Literacy: Use of computer applications and emerging technologies
Intellectual Curiosity
Interpersonal Communication
2ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART422, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART395, ART391, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART329, ART328, ART326,
244Art5/18/2011wbrogersArtwork: Effectiveness -Works in the senior portfolio will effectively communicate the artists intentions, or clients goals, in the case of commercial graphic design. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Civilization
Breadth of Knowledge: Contemporary Global Issues
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Command of language: Reading
Critical Thinking
Information Literacy: Use of computer applications and emerging technologies
Intellectual Curiosity
Wellness
4ART590, ART500, ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART391, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART336, ART335, ART329, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART310, ART306, ART305, ART303, ART302, ART301, ART300, ART299, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART219, ART215, ART201, ART130, ART129, ART208, ART121,
245Art5/18/2011wbrogersArtwork: Mastery-Through the senior portfolio, the student will demonstrate a mastery of the media in the area of emphasis (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Ceramics, Hot Glass, Graphic Design, Photography, or New Media), with regard to both materials and technique. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Critical Thinking
Information Literacy: Use of computer applications and emerging technologies
Interdependence among Disciplines
Wellness
3ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART422, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART335, ART329, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART219, ART215, ART130, ART129, ART121,
246Art5/18/2011wbrogersArtwork: Composition-The student will demonstrate an ability to create effective visual compositions of the formal elements in a given artwork, or series of works as evinced in a senior portfolio. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Critical Thinking
Intellectual Curiosity
Wellness
4ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART336, ART335, ART329, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART299, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART215, ART201, ART129, ART121, ART215, ART130,
651Art5/18/2011wbrogersArtwork: Conceptual Unity-The student will identify cogent and relevant conceptual themes plainly expressed in his/her body of work. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Civilization
Breadth of Knowledge: Contemporary Global Issues
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Command of language: Listening
Command of language: Reading
Command of language: Speaking
Command of language: Writing
Critical Thinking
Information Literacy: Use of computer applications and emerging technologies
Information Literacy: Use of libraries
Intellectual Curiosity
Interpersonal Communication
Wellness
5ART104, ART121, ART129, ART130, ART201, ART208, ART215, ART219, ART226, ART227, ART229, ART230, ART246, ART261, ART265, ART271, ART280, ART299, ART300, ART301, ART302, ART303, ART305, ART306, ART310, ART312, ART313, ART315, ART318, ART322, ART326, ART328, ART329, ART335, ART336, ART340, ART345, ART350, ART351, ART352, ART353, ART355, ART359, ART361, ART371, ART380, ART390, ART391, ART395, ART399, ART415, ART416, ART420, ART422, ART426, ART429, ART430, ART431, ART440, ART441, ART442, ART461, ART471, ART475G, ART480, ART490, ART491, ART495, ART499, ART500, ART59,
652Art5/18/2011wbrogersArt History: Influences-The student will discuss historical and contemporary influences, and where his or her work fits into the flow of art history. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Civilization
Breadth of Knowledge: Contemporary Global Issues
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Command of language: Listening
Command of language: Reading
Command of language: Speaking
Command of language: Writing
Critical Thinking
Information Literacy: Use of libraries
Intellectual Curiosity
Interpersonal Communication
Wellness
3ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART391, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART336, ART335, ART329, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART310, ART306, ART305, ART303, ART302, ART301, ART300, ART299, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART219, ART215, ART208, ART201, ART130, ART129, ART121,
653Art5/18/2011wbrogersCommunication: Oral-The student will discuss issues of content and concept, with regard to his/her individual works, and B.F.A. portfolio/exhibition. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Civilization
Breadth of Knowledge: Contemporary Global Issues
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Command of language: Listening
Command of language: Speaking
Critical Thinking
Intellectual Curiosity
Interpersonal Communication
Wellness
3ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART422, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART391, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART336, ART335, ART329, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART299, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART219, ART215, ART208, ART201, ART130, ART129, ART121,
654Art5/18/2011wbrogersCommunication: Written-The student will articulate ideas about his/her work in a written Artist Statement or Design Philosophy. Aesthetic Value
Breadth of Knowledge: Civilization
Breadth of Knowledge: Contemporary Global Issues
Breadth of Knowledge: Visual and Performing Arts
Command of language: Reading
Command of language: Writing
Critical Thinking
Intellectual Curiosity
Wellness
2ART499, ART495, ART491, ART490, ART480, ART471, ART461, ART442, ART441, ART440, ART431, ART430, ART429, ART426, ART420, ART416, ART415, ART399, ART395, ART391, ART390, ART380, ART371, ART361, ART359, ART355, ART353, ART352, ART351, ART350, ART345, ART340, ART336, ART335, ART322, ART328, ART326, ART318, ART315, ART313, ART312, ART310, ART306, ART305, ART300, ART302, ART301, ART300, ART299, ART280, ART271, ART265, ART261, ART246, ART230, ART229, ART227, ART226, ART219, ART215, ART208, ART201, ART130, ART129, ART121,