Gallery Design/Operation and Art Profession
This certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to display an esthetically and conceptually effective art exhibition. Students will acquire the knowledge of various/diverse artistic media and develop a career-oriented artistic perspective.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|ARTG 20||Art, Artists, and Society||3|
|ARTG 21A||Introduction to Exhibition Production||3|
|ARTG 21B||Intermediate Exhibition Production||3|
|ARTG 22A||Exhibition Design and Art Gallery Operation Work Experience 1||2|
|ARTC 100||Fundamentals of Graphic Design||3|
|AHIS 5||History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern||3|
|or AHIS 6||History of Modern Art|
Course to be taken twice - once as an off-campus experience and once as an on-campus experience (2 Units)
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon the successful completion of this program, a student will:
- Have completed the foundation courses of the major which are the aesthetic base needed for transfer into bachelors programs or independent work as an artist.
- Will be able to apply critical thinking skills to original work.
- Be able to apply the elements and principles of design to original art work.
- Be able to apply visual arts concepts that are basic to many forms and fields of art and design in visual, oral, and written communication.
- Be able to analyze historical, contemporary, peer, and personal visual artwork that range in modes of artistic expression.
- Be able to demonstrate in oral, written, and studio work familiarity with the history of western art.
- Be proficient in a variety of visual art techniques and tools using them to explore a range of subjects, media, styles, and formats.
- Create independent original work in the area of their focus demonstrating basic professional practices.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.