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  • Color Mixing and Matching Coursework  (primary palette)


Studio Art Courses 

For the Art Conservation major we recommend starting with a drawing course, ARTC167 Visual Acuity taught by Brian Baade in fall semester. Also we recommend the Color Mixing and Matching course offered in spring also by Brian Baade. In addition to the drawing and color course, we require at least one more traditional methods course and two more courses from the art department.  See list below for options.​​

The following courses are taught by Brian Baade:

ARTC 167 Visual Acuity (fall semester)

ARTC 485 Color Mixing and Matching (spring semester)

ARTC 480 Studio in the Materials and Techniques of Drawing in the West (Fall)

ARTC 488 Studio Materials and Techniques of Painting I (Fall)

ARTC 489 Studio Materials and Techniques of Painting II (Spring) 

ARTC 490 Studio Materials and Techniques of Printmaking I (TBD)​​

Art Department Courses

At least three courses from the Art Department are required. Choose courses from the list below, but you should think about how to put together a studio portfolio that will meet conservation graduate school course requirements and the graduate interview list:

ART 231   Introduction to painting

ART 243  Introduction to printmaking

ART 250  Introduction to sculpture

ART 281  Darkroom photography

ART 290  Introduction to ceramics

ART 309  Book Arts

ART 331  Intermediate painting

ART 334  Figure painting

ART 335  Drawing Approaches

ART 350 Intermediate sculpture   

Finally, consider a Fine Art minor, you are well on your way with the ARTC requirements! ​

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  • The Department of Art Conservation
  • 303 Old College
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3489