Day: February 5, 2021

Painting | Art and Art History Program

Ricki Klages

Department Head:
Professor, Painting

2210. Painting I. 3. Introduces problems in painting, developing skill, techniques and concepts. Prerequisites: ART 1005, 1110, and 1130; ART 1120 may be taken concurrently. (Offered fall and spring semesters)

3210. Painting II. 3 (Max. 6). Investigates various painting techniques to create individual work. Emphasizes contemporary and classical treatment of formal, aesthetic and conceptual creative expression. Prerequisites: ART 2000 and 2210.

3250. Watercolor Painting I. 3. Investigates watercolor techniques in the development of creative work. Discussion, application and criticism of contemporary ideas about structure, form and color constitute the main activity. Prerequisites: ART 1130, ART 2000 and ART 2210. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

3260. Illustration I. 3. This is an introductory Illustration course. This primary class objective is to develop conceptual skills through a variety of media traditionally used in fine art illustration and a variety of illustration problems and projects.

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Need a Good Photography Documentary? Check Out What’s on Netflix!

We love a good photography documentary, and there are plenty of them on Netflix.

A photography documentary is a great way to consume the art form you love. From the educational to the eye-opening, there’s a photography documentary for all your wants and needs. Popular streaming site, Netflix, has hours of awesome content for the photography fan. So, in an invitation to “Netflix and chill,” (in the clean sense) let’s take a look at some of the best photography documentaries you can watch on Netflix.

The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography

Friends with the likes of Bob Dylan and having photographed people like Anne Sexton, Elsa Dorfman is a big deal. Her career spans over 50 years, and in this photography documentary she takes you through it step by step. Sharing her passion for Large Format Polaroid, Dorfman explains why she loves the medium so much. Expect gripping tales of

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Marsai Martin’s Genius Entertainment Names Jamila Jordan-Theus As Head Of Motion Picture

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Marsai Martin’s Genius Entertainment has tapped Development Executive Jamila Jordan-Theus as Head of Motion Picture. She will oversee the development and production of feature films at the company and will work alongside Nicole Dow, Head of Television.

“Jamila is dedicated to bringing bold, new projects to life that inspire and uplift the next generation,” said Josh Martin, Co-Founder and President of Genius Entertainment. “We are excited to have her join our team and bring new opportunities and content through Genius Entertainment.”

“I am thrilled to join the Genius Entertainment family and look forward to working with creatives who are committed to ushering stories that help shape how we see the world and ultimately how we view ourselves,” said Jordan-Theus. “I look forward to continuing to produce uplifting, fun and inspirational content that is also culturally purposeful and socially reflective.”

Jordan-Theus brings 15-plus

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Morgan Wallen Apologizes for Using N-Word in Newly Surfaced Video: “I Promise to Do Better”

The country star offered an apology for grainy footage that emerged over the weekend that captured him using expletives and racial slurs.

On Tuesday, TMZ posted a video recorded over the weekend of Morgan Wallen yelling expletives, including the N-word.

The country star quickly offered an apology to TMZ, taking full responsibility for the grainy video.

“I’m embarrassed and sorry,” Wallen said. “I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back. There are no excuses to use this type of language, ever. I want to sincerely apologize for using the word. I promise to do better.”

In the video, Wallen is seen arriving home with some friends and he advises his pals, who are getting into another car, to “take care” of his buddy twice, adding profanities, including the N-word, at the end.

Fellow country artist

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