The Paradigm shift

The Paradigm shift

Fine Arts at Michigan Tech What does it have to offer? Fine Arts Programs Minors in Fine Arts Theatre Productions Acting Ensembles

Technical Theatre Courses General Theatre Courses Instrumental & Vocal Music Instrumental Ensembles Vocal Ensembles General Music Courses Performance Courses

Art General Art Courses Studio Courses Minors in Fine Arts Technical Theatre Theatre Arts Music (General) Music Technology Jazz Idiom Art Fine Arts: Theatre Minors Technical Theatre

Theatre Arts The Troupe Improvisation Comedic scenarios Sketches for children Productions Tibetan Book of the Dead Courses

Technical Theatre Mainstage Theatre Crew & Acting Design Scenic, Sound, Lighting & Costume Theatre Appreciation Dramatic Literature

Techniques of Acting American Musical Theatre Theatre Productions The Troupe A Chorus Line Arsenic and Old Lace Much Ado About Nothing Tibetan Book of the

Dead, Or How Not To Do It Again Technical Theatre Minor A minor in technical theatre will be an artistic and practical complement to engineering, computer science, or other technical degrees. The student will have a basic understanding of stagecraft, stage electrics, and design for theatre. Practical experience crewing and designing for live productions reinforces theoretical course and lab work. Theatre Arts Minor The student who completes the minor in theatre

arts will have a basic understanding of the art, principles, and techniques of theatre. The broad range of knowledge covers dramatic literature, performance, and design. Practical experience through live productions reinforces theoretical course work. Fine Arts: Music Minors Music (General) Music Technology Jazz Idiom Vocal Ensemble Michigan Tech Concert

Choir Instrumental Ensembles Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra Wind Symphony Research & Development Jazz Band Jazz Lab Band The Huskies Pep Band Campus Concert Band Chamber Music Seminar Fine Arts: Music Courses Offered

Music Theory I & II Music Appreciation History of Jazz Music History Jazz Improvisation History of Jazz Jazz Arranging

Music (General) Minor Through studies in theory, appreciation,history, and performance, students will develop their musical abilities and will receive a foundation for music as a serious avocation. Students who complete a minor in general music will demonstrate a basic competency in music theory and history and a broad-based knowledge of various genres. Musical Technology Students who complete a minor in music technology will gain a basic competency in music theory and history, and a facility

with MIDI instruments, notation and sequencing software, and recording and sound reinforcement technology. Jazz Idiom Students who complete a minor in jazz idiom will develop competency in music theory, an awareness of the historical, social, and musical relevance of jazz, and will attain performance fluency in both jazz improvisation and jazz arranging. QuickTime and aGIF decompressorare needed Fine Arts: Visual Arts

Minors General Art (concentrations can be in drawing, watermedia, sculpture) Guest Artist Residency Cheng-Khee Chee (2002) Vera Dickerson (2004) Courses Offered

Drawing I & II Watermedia I & II Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Sculpture Life Drawing Art History I & II Advanced Studio in Drawing, Watermedia, or Sculpture

Art Students with a minor in art will have developed their creative and visual skills, will understand the elements and principles of design, will have an understanding of the history of civilization through their study of art, and will have the tools and incentives for life-long learning. QuickTime and aGIF decom For more information: Visit www.fa.mtu.edu Contact us at 487-2067 Or visit us at 209 Walker

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