Corcoran College of Art and Design

New Courses for SP13

Hegel's Vacation: Learning to Look at Modern Art

No sections available this semester

AH0831 (non-credit)
Learn how to look at and appreciate the variety of styles, media, and subjects of modern and contemporary art.

Getting to Know DC: Sculpture

No sections available this semester

AH0850 (non-credit)
Examine sculpture in the nation’s capital as an expression of nationalism, civic pride, and freedom of expression.

Painting Spring Bulbs in Gouache

No sections available this semester

BG1363 (1.0 credits)
The US Botanic Garden's exquisite collection of spring bulbs will be the subject of this watercolor and gouache workshop.

Painting Spring Bulbs with Oil Glazes

No sections available this semester

BG1364 (1.0 credits)
Explore early techniques utilized by the Dutch Masters to create luminous oil paintings of spring bulbs.

Scientific Illustration

No sections available this semester

BG2202 (0.5 credits)
This course is designed for the beginning and intermediate student interested in focusing their efforts on learning the basics of scientific illustration with a focus on botanical subjects.

Slip Casting and Mold Making

No sections available this semester

CR3320 (1.5 credits)
Pottery, vessel and sculptural forms may be explored using slip clay and plaster mold making techniques.

Drawing Upon The iPad

No sections available this semester

DR1280 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore using the iPad and similar tablets to create original works of art as well as learn from the masters.

Collage

No sections available this semester

DR2240 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore new ways of combining materials and media through a variety of collage techniques.

Teaching Art to Young Adults: Post-Secondary

No sections available this semester

ED3005 (3.0 credits)
Explore the theory and practice of art pedagogy for transitional young adults, whether in formal college programs or informal circumstances.

Sketch Up: Professional Development Workshop

No sections available this semester

ID0862 (non-credit)
Learn the fundamental skills for modeling your professional projects using SketchUp.


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June 30
Summer Session I (5 Weeks) ends

June 23
Priority registration deadline for summer session II classes.

July 7
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) begins

July 10
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) 
and Full Summer Session ends (10 Weeks) 

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