With the Drawing I course, students embark on their first college-level studio art experience.  This course introduces a sequence of visual problems using various subjects, 2D concepts, and drawing materials.  It serves as a prerequisite and foundation course for all other studio art media.  Students enrolled in upper-level drawing courses will further advance their 2D problem-solving skills and define their individual goals as artists.  After completing Drawing IV, a student may work independently on a self-directed drawing project with the approval and mentorship of a full-time faculty member.  Recent examples include an illustrated children's book, an animated video, and a graphic novella.