FA 101 Introduction to Fine Arts: Theory and Practice
The student is introduced to an overview of fine arts theories and practices through lecture, discussion, reading & writing. It includes an exposure to contemporary art practices and theoretical readings.
FA 102Painting I (Still Life and the figure)
This course introduces students about painting from still life and figure using compositional strategies, color mixing and paint application.
FA 103 Painting II
This course is an expansion of Painting I , exploring more techniques and methods focusing on drawing and composition.
FA 104 Painting III
Students develop a new body of work with familiarity of practical, conceptual and historical concepts of contemporary art. Student can experiment with new concepts in painting.
FA 105 Abstract Painting
Students can freely explore their creativity through experimentation of nontraditional materials, and creating their own concept through the use of visualization, and guided by different elements such as line, shape, form, color and value.
FA 106 Acrylic Painting
This is a course that introduces students to broad and varied painting techniques using acrylics. It covers fundamentals of painting such as the mixing of colors, use of materials such as paint and canvass, and the production of illusions.
FA107 Oil Painting
This course provides a comprehensive view about oil painting which is considered a very prestigious medium of painting. Students will learn more about the principles and techniques of oil painting. There will be lengthy discussions and instructions on how to oil paint and produce a work of art.
FA108 Water Color Painting
This course exposes students to great works of master painters using water color as their medium. It will introduce students the proper techniques to design their subjects, tips and instructions on how to paint using appropriate brush strokes and other materials.
FA 109 Portrait Painting
Students learn fundamental approaches in painting portrait and figures from an objective point of view. The medium to be used is oil or acrylic.
FA 110 Project Presentations: Painting
Students will work on individual painting projects and be ready for presentations and class critiques. Demonstrations and discussions could take place simultaneously.
FA 111 Basic Drawing
Students are introduced to processes, concepts, tools material s and techniques in a creating a drawing on a two-dimensional surface. Lectures, discussions, and exhibits of basic drawing terms and techniques will be incorporated in classroom activities.
FA 112 Drawing II (Life Drawing)
It is a course capturing the human figure where students will develop techniques and thorough understanding of the body. It will focus on figure drawings using standard measures and proportions for a more natural and expressive drawings
FA 113 Drawing III (Experimental)
Students are exposed to a more experimental process involving the use of materials, methods, ideas and imagery. They will be given the opportunity to discover, develop and test drawings from a broader range of discipline.
FA 114 Basic Sculptures
FA114 Sculpture Mold – Making and Casting
Students learn how make and cast molds using techniques and sculptural processes such as pointing, surfacing and finishing. They are exposed to using plaster, paper and rubber molds.
FA115 Project Presentation: Sculpture
Students will present individual sculpture mold of their own choice of material and subject. There are discussions and critiquing of each project.
FA116 Traditional Techniques in Arts
This is a lecture discussion about art history o provide insights to students about works of reputable painters. There will be art practitioners and visits to museum where students get inspiration and motivation to pursue their interest in the arts.
FA117 Independent Study
This will be course which is teacher guided. The teacher will assign readings, research and field work assignments to supplement/ complement students knowledge about the arts.
FA118 Independent Project
Students will produce an independent project based on their field of interest in painting, sculpture and drawing. They must be able to produce a work of art in such fields for exhibit.
FA 119 Project Presentations
Students will present their projects from conceptual stage to the final output. They must be ready with responses to viewers’ questions and critique.
FA 120 Program evaluation and feedback
This is a culminating class discussion of the whole program using panel discussion format.
Note: The independent project and its presentation is a requirement to qualify for a certificate in Fine Arts.