2010-11 Catalog

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Offering Description

Student Originated Studies: Two-Dimensional Art

Spring quarter

Faculty: Lisa Sweet printmaking, ceramics, drawing

Fields of Study: education and visual arts

Spring: CRN (Credit) Level 30166 (16) So - Sr; 30634 (1-16) So - Sr  Signature Required Application and portfolio submission criteria will be available one month prior to Academic Fair and can be had by contacting Lisa Sweet via e-mail. Portfolios received by the Academic Fair, March 2, 2011, will be given priority. Students will be notified of their acceptance through their Evergreen e-mail accounts. Contact the faculty for more information.  

Credits: 16(S)

Class Standing: Sophomore - Senior

Offered During: Day

Prerequisites: Candidates for this program must have completed college-level courses or programs in foundational drawing and a 2D medium, plus liberal arts studies outside visual art. Foundational studies in art history, visual literacy, art appreciation will be beneficial.


This SOS is designed for students who are considering professions in the visual arts or arts education at any level, and who want to join a community of committed visual artists. Ideal candidates for this program will be interested in doing advanced work that links theory with practice. Significant writing and research focused on some aspect of art.

Students will design their own projects, complete research, write papers appropriate to their artistic inquiry, share their research through presentations, work intensively in the studio together, produce a significant thematic body of work, and participate in demanding critiques.

Maximum Enrollment: 20

Special Expenses: Approximately $200 for art materials (will vary depending on the student's project).

Preparatory for studies or careers in: 2D studio arts, contemporary visual theory, and art education.

Campus Location: Olympia

Online Learning: Hybrid Online Learning < 25% Delivered Online

Books: www.tescbookstore.com

Program Revisions

Date Revision
April 12th, 2010 Lisa Sweet is teaching this SOS instead of SOS: Working Across Dimensions (2D and 3D).