Artistic Expression - Series 3000
- Dance (3100) this course is an introduction of fundamental exercises, techniques, and movement phrases of modern dance. Basic modern dance principles are introduced in axial and loco motor exercises.
- Theatre (3200) this course is designed to be an introduction to theater through a careful analysis of both structure and content--focusing on the making of theater as a collaborative art.
- Martial Arts (3300) this course emphasizes forms, styles, and techniques of body control, physical and mental discipline, and physical fitness. Presents a brief history of development of martial arts theory and practice.
- Yoga (3400) this course focuses on the forms of yoga training emphasizing flexibility. Special emphasis given to cardiovascular endurance.
- Music (3500) this is an introductory course designed to enhance listening enjoyment and ability. Emphasis on the elements of music, the characteristic styles of major historical periods, and the lives and works of key composers within the Western musical tradition.
- Painting (3600) this course teachers fundamental techniques of oil and acrylic painting, color and composition theory, and the study of form, space, and light.
- Crafts (3700) this course introduces fundamental concepts and skills related to hand crafted hand-built pottery.
- Culinary Arts (3800) this course is designed to introduce students to the history, cultural, philosophy, structure, organization and opportunities in the hospitality field, especially as they relate to food service
- Drawing (3900) this course is drawing from direct perception. Study of form, light, and space utilizing varying subject matter and drawing materials.
- Fashion Design (3010) this course introduces clothing design and examines fashion design within the context of fine art forms and practical commercial design. Students are required to work with elements of 2-D and 3-D forms using fabric as a creative medium.
- Beauty - Make-up and Hair (3011) This is an intensive full-time course incorporating the many aspects of make-up and hair artistry. Includes make-up and hairstyling for film, television, theatre, special effects, injury simulation, fashion, photographic and video.
- Film (3012) this is a basic course in film aesthetics. Introduction to elements of film to increase appreciation, perception, and understanding.