Art & Design Summer School (for credit)

Summer 2021

Enrollment eligibility may be restricted due to COVID precautions with first access to AU students currently living on-campus and regularly testing.

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Alfred University's New York State College of Ceramics (NYSCC) School of Art and Design


ART 200
These three-week intensive introductory-level studio courses will count for elective credit for BFA majors. Courses may count as arts credits for NON-art majors. Any art major wishing to take for studio credit must request a special waiver from the Dean's office. Please note studio fees are in addition to tuition fees. Please contact instructor directly for syllabi.

  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO CERAMIC WHEEL
    MARGEAUX CLAUDE
    May 17 - June 4, 2021
  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO CERAMIC HANDBUILDING
    URIEL CASPI
    May 17 - June 4, 2021
  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO GLASS
    MISTY LONG-DONOHO
    May 17 - June 4, 2021
  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO SCULPTURE
    KIMBERLY WILLCOX
    June 7 - June 25, 2021
  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO PAINTING
    JOSH GREEN
    June 7 - June 25, 2021
  • ART 200 - SUMMER INTRO TO VIDEO AND SOUND
    SAMANTHA WIECHERT
    June 7 - June 25, 2021
    This course will be an intensive investigation of Electronic Media. The fundamentals of this course includes an introduction and use of McGee sound and video studios and the related technology and software to create media works as well as viewings from artists in the field. Artists of all experience levels are welcome.

ART 284 - DRAWING: ANALYZING NATURE
KATHRYN VAJDA
May 17 - June 4, 2021
This course covers both technical and conceptual aspects of drawing through the investigation and analysis of natural forms. Subjects range from found objects in nature to microscopic materials, the landscape, and the human body. Emphasis is placed on integrating technical mastery of the visual elements of drawing with expressive content, while working with a wide variety of materials. Fundamental drawing and visual language skills are stressed. This course fulfills the drawing requirement. Prerequisite: Completion of an Art Foundation Program or permission of instructor.

ART 391 - TOPIC: SOUND DESIGN
ANDREW DEUTSCH
May 17 - June 4, 2021

ART 293 - THE BUSINESS OF ART: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
CAITLIN BROWN
May 17 - August 6, 2021
ONLINE
This is a lecture-based study that explores the practical applications of the business of art including presentation, documentation and career planning specific to studio art. This course covers professional practices in the fine art world as appropriate to emerging artists by providing a foundation of practical information to assist undergraduate and graduate studio majors in building a successful career.