Study of the perception of visual forms as expressed in painting, sculpture, and architecture. Key works from a number of historical periods examined in terms of differences in style, technique, and media. Emphasis on the classical style of Greek and Roman culture and their configuration during the Renaissance and in Neoclassicism. FWC, ART, WI
This course is a continuation of Graphic Design I. Participants will build on the basic principles and practices of computer graphic design, utilize the higher level functions of the graphics packages available to them for the development of various projects in the areas of illustration, graphic design, business use, multimedia, desktop publishing, and fine art. Participants will also critique and explore existing design/art materials. Prerequisite:120. ART
Choir is open to any singer/individual from within Wilson College and is dedicated to a broad stylistic and multicultural music representation. Choir performs several campus concerts during each academic year, including, but not limited to, chapels, various alumni and outreach functions, at Christmas Vespers, and an annual Spring concert.