Designed for students who, although a major in another department, wish to focus some of their attention on the history of art. With the assistance of their advisers, students may construct a minor as specific or comprehensive as they desire within the skeletal structure of the requirements.
Martin Antonetti, Brigitte Buettner, John Davis, Craig Felton, Laura Kalba, Barbara Kellum, Dana Leibsohn, John Moore, Marylin Rhie, and Frazer Ward
- Six courses, including two 100-level courses
- Three additional courses in history of art (two of which must be in different areas of study, Groups I-III)
- One seminar (to be taken at Smith).
Designed for students who wish to focus some of their attention on studio art although they are majors in another department. With the assistance of her adviser, a student may construct a minor with primary emphasis on one area of studio art, or she may design a more general minor which encompasses several areas of studio art.
A. Lee Burns, Lindsey Clark-Ryan, John Gibson, Dwight Pogue, John Slepian, Fraser Stables, and Lynne Yamamoto
One 100-level course selected from the following:
ARS 161, ARS 162, ARS 163, ARS 164 and ARS 172.
Five additional courses in studio art, of which at least three must be at the 200 level and at least one must be at the 300 level.
Designed for students who wish to focus some attention on architecture although they are majors in another department. Seeks to introduce students to the history, design, and representation of the built environment.
Brigitte Buettner, John Davis, Barbara Kellum, Dana Leibsohn, Jim Middlebrook, John Moore, Frazer Ward
- One 100-level art history course
- ARS 163, 283, and 285
- Two art history courses above the 100-level that focus on architectural monuments, urban environments, or spatial experience: ARH 202, 204, 206, 208, 212, 214, 216, 222, 224, 226, 228, 232, 234, 246, 250, 264, 265, 270, 272, 274, 276, 283, 285, 288, 359. For 2009-10, the 200-level courses that focus on architecture are for the Fall semester: ARH 204, 234, 264, 273, 285. For the Spring semester: ARH 208, 226, 253, 265, 283, 299.
Graphic Arts seeks to draw together the department's studio and history offerings in graphic arts into a cohesive unit.
- ARS 163 (basis)
- ARH 292 or 293
- Any four ARS from: 269, 270, 272, 275, 369, 372, 375 of which one should be at the 300 level or a continuation of one medium.