Drawing

The first and most fundamental language of art, drawing is the vocabulary you use through all artistic disciplines. As an idea becomes a story through your hands to the page, the Drawing concentration at Memphis College of Art will challenge you to master the technique as you refine your voice.


BFA IN FINE ARTS WITH A CONCENTRATION IN DRAWING
Required courses:

DW200     Life Drawing
DW220     Drawing Composition
DW300     Drawing Workshop
DW320     Contemporary Concepts in Drawing
DW360     Advanced Life Drawing
DW410     Advanced Drawing

 Typical Four-Year Course Progression

1st Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 1     (3)
3-D Design     (3)
Writing 1     (3)
Idea, Process & Criticism     (3)
Art History Survey 1     (3)

2nd Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 2     (3)
2-D Design     (3)
Writing 2     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Survey 2     (3)

3rd Semester (15 credits)

Life Drawing     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Literature Elective    (3)

4th Semester (15 credits)

Drawing Composition     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

5th Semester (15 credits)

Drawing Workshop     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Social Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

6th Semester (15 credits)

Contemporary Concepts in Drawing     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Math/Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

7th Semester (15 credits)

Advanced Life Drawing     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

8th Semester (15 credits)

Advanced Drawing     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)