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Apr. 9th, 2010 | 12:25 am
mood: sleepysleepy

I think

I think I think

I have my classes worked out for next semester. I don't get to register until April 28th, but I can pick out my classes and set up my schedule before then so all I have to do is click a button when the time comes.

So here's what it looks like.

Monday 9am-3pm:
Print Survey: Intaglio/Relief
Some required course for sophomore printmaking majors. Probably what it sounds like, a basic survey of intaglio and relief. So I'm excited for that because I like relief and want to work with it more and want to learn more about intaglio and hopefully like it eventually.

Tuesday 9am-3pm:
I don't know much about screenprinting but it seems to be a very marketable and also very colorful printing method. So this should be fun and interesting and hopefully I will like it. This is another course required for printmaking majors to complete sophomore or junior year.

Wednesday 4pm-10pm:
Introduction to Fiber
Yay! This is my only studio elective next semester (and possibly all year). I'm really interested in fiber and I hope I can incorporate it with my printmaking. I hope it'll tie in with the screenprinting class well. It's basically about making and working with textiles, and I think they teach you to knit and weave and some other things. There's only one intro to fiber class open to non-3D majors so I'm really hoping I can get in. After all, someone told me I looked like I should be a fibers major once.

Thursday 9am-11:45am:
Modernism & After
A required art history course for sophomores. I hear it can be kinda dry but it sounds interesting enough to me.
Early History of Western Religions
This is one of the few electives that fulfill a required "Intellectual History I" credit for sophomore year. It wasn't my first choice, but I think it's the only one I was interested in that I could work into my schedule. Even so it sounds interesting and is definitely something I want to learn more about.

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