Corcoran College of Art and Design

Summer Courses

Art and Architecture of Washington DC

No sections available this semester

AH3530 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course will investigate the art and architecture of the city of Washington, DC: major collections, special exhibitions, historic architecture, and the city itself.

From Arts and Crafts to Ikea

No sections available this semester

AH4410 (3.0 credits)
Since the early twentieth-century, mass-produced objects or interior complexes assembled with specific design vocabularies have stimulated a major consumer industry, mediated by sales and marketing strategies that intentionally appeal to the broadest possible clientele.

From Arts and Crafts to Ikea

No sections available this semester

AH6410 (3.0 credits)
Since the early twentieth-century, mass-produced objects or interior complexes assembled with specific design vocabularies have stimulated a major consumer industry, mediated by sales and marketing strategies that intentionally appeal to the broadest possible clientele.

Art and Architecture of Washington DC

No sections available this semester

AH6530 (3.0 credits)
This course will investigate the art and architecture of the city of Washington, DC: major collections, special exhibitions, historic architecture, and the city itself.

Introduction to Documentary Film

No sections available this semester

AS3400 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course will consider documentary as a special type of non-fiction film that is primarily marked by its desire to give a subjective account of the world as opposed to an objective report.

Special Topics in Botanical Art: Drawing the Tropics

No sections available this semester

BG1600 (1.0 credits)
Inspired by the U.S. Botanic Garden’s exciting summer 2013 exhibit Food for Thought this class will teach the basics of botanical drawing and painting while studying edible plants from different regions.

Binding II: Leather Bindings

No sections available this semester

BK7320 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course offers an introduction to the use of leather in Book Arts. (Graduate level)

Exploration in East/West Printmaking

No sections available this semester

BK7400 (3.0 credits)
This intermediate/ advanced course is an exposure to traditional and experimental methods of hand papermaking, with an emphasis on papermaking as an expressive art medium. (Graduate level)

Introduction to Ceramics

No sections available this semester

CR1205 (1.5 credits or audit)
Open to all skill levels, this course covers hand-building techniques, the wheel, glaze application, kiln use and firing methods.

Introduction to the Wheel

No sections available this semester

CR1250 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students are introduced to using the wheel to create functional pottery.


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Important Dates

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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