Course Outlines

You are in the Academics section


ART2112 – Painting II pdf

Credits: 3 (2/1/0)
Description: Meets MnTC Goal Areas 2 and 6F. Students research and examine historical and contemporary painting approaches and directions informing their social, historical, philosophical, artistic, etc. choices regarding subject matter. Self-generated subject matter and research, intermediate-level use of composition, color theory and technique are emphasized.
Prerequisites: ART1112
Corequisites: None
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in a variety of painting media: acrylic, oil, spray-paint and mixed media.
  2. Apply academic research to the creative process and creating works of art.
  3. Analyze and work proficiently with a variety of subject matter.
  4. Identify style characteristics in historical and contemporary paintings.
  5. Apply intermediate color theory practices in paint.
  6. Use painting vocabulary effectively when critiquing art work.
  7. Experience and critique (both orally and in writing) other artists' work in a studio, gallery, technological, print or exhibit setting.
  8. Use studio materials in a safe and responsible manner.
  9. Participate in a respectful, honest and scholarly manner during critiques.
  10. Generate a body of work relevant to social, historical, philosophical, artistic, etc. issues.
  11. Create original oil paintings.
  12. Create original acrylic paintings.
MnTC goal areas:
  • 2. Critical Thinking

« back to course outlines