Arts Online

Equivalent Course Restrictions


Art & Design

07:080:131 Art Appreciation Online

Art & Design majors will not receive major credit. 082 majors may not take this course for credit. Students who have taken Art 105 or Art 106 may not receive credit for this course.

07:080:231 Artists of Modern Life Online

Art & Design majors will not receive major credit.

07:080:300 Media Art and You: Creativity in the Digital Age

In this course, you will create original  media works in a variety of forms including documentary, narrative, experimental and performance, which are inspired by your own experiences. We will primarily focus on increasing the creative depth of your projects, the ideas that inform them and the technical capabilities that are crucial to their realization.

Tyson Washburn is an artist and professor of photography based in New York City. Awards include a graduate fellowship residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts (2010), artist’s residency at the Vermont Studio Center (2012) and an artist/curator residency at I-A-M in Berlin-Mitte (2013). He received a BA from Sonoma State University with Honors (2003) and MFA from San Francisco State University (2009).

Erin Treacy is a Brooklyn based artist exploring abstraction and the use of line through drawing, painting, and sculptural assemblages. She looks at overlaps in our understanding of time, patterns, divergence, and associative reflection, connecting visuals in our landscape to human experience. 

Craig Levesque is a composer, arranger, copyist, and horn player based in Central New Jersey. His music has been performed throughout the country and he has been commissioned by groups throughout the Northeast.

David Letwin teaches Theatre History, Dramatic Structure, and Script Analysis for actors at Mason Gross.

Dave Sperling has more than 25 years of experience as director of photography for both film and video productions. His credits include more than a dozen feature films, the most recent being Girl on the Train with Ian Cusick and Stephen Lang.