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.
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.
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.
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.
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.