Starting Summer 19. Visiting artist and instructor Terrence Gasca (Portland, Oregon)
(ART 299 PSU)
A hands-on course (limited to 10 students per course) with an on-site approach that employs art as a tool for developing a historical understanding of modern Spanish and Catalan masters, including five of Spain’s most prominent artists and their work, representing Impressionism, Costumbrismo, Cubism, Surrealism, and New Realism. Through analysis, interpretation, art and architecture, on-site sketching, lectures, and discussion, students will challenge their visual skills with drawing, painting, collage, and journaling using the city of Barcelona as a backdrop. The course provides a strong foundation for future courses in art history, art theory, and the making of art in general. See the syllabus for further description.
This incredibly innovative, hands-on approach to learning, experiencing and enjoying Barcelona’s art history will be taught by veteran artist and art instructor Terrence Gasca (Portland, Oregon) See some of Terrence’s art at terrencegasca.com
5 quarter credits / 3.3-4 semester credits
Download the syllabus (PDF)