Department of Fine Arts at Fontbonne University
The Department of Fine Arts offers a bachelor of arts (BA) degree with a major in art and a certification option in art (K-12), a bachelor of arts (BA) degree with a major in performing arts and a certification option in speech and theatre (5-12) and a bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degree with a major in fine arts and a certification option in art (K-12).
The department of fine arts offers three graduate degrees, a 30-hour master of arts degree for students involved in business and industry or K-12 teaching, a 60-hour master of fine arts degree for students primarily interested in improving studio skills or preparing for college-level teaching, and a 30-hour master of arts degree in theatre education.
The technical information (the Tech section below) is offered as is, no guarantees, no rebates, no Super Saver passes, and is a compendium of information gleaned over the years, as well as notes, suppositions, wild exaggerations, and occasionally things from creditable (and credited) sources. It is generally offered under a ‘some restriction’ Creative Commons license. Your milage may vary. Please enjoy.
|Karen Byington||departmental firstname.lastname@example.org||FA241|
|Catherine Connor-Talasek||assoc. professor of art||Ceramicsemail@example.com||FA241|
|Mark Douglas||assoc. professor of art, chairperson||Graphics, Photofirstname.lastname@example.org||FA232|
|Deanna Jent||assoc. professor of performing arts; director of theatre and performing arts||Theatreemail@example.com||FA221|
|Henry Knickmeyer||professor of art||Sculpturefirstname.lastname@example.org||FA123|
|Tim Liddy||assoc. professor of art||Painting, Drawingemail@example.com||FA125|
|Michael Sullivan||assistant professor of performing arts; technical director||Theatrefirstname.lastname@example.org||FA222|
|Victor Wang||assoc. professor of art||Painting, Drawingemail@example.com||FA238|
There is a bunch of technical information available here. An index can be found here. The broad categories are:
- Notes on Bringhurst’s Elements of Typographic Style
- Design Basics
- Digital Imaging
- Documenting Artwork
- Frame Building
- Layout Basics
- Black and White Photography
- Matting & Mounting
- Web Design