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Drawing offers a thorough and competitive education that embraces integrated media and content that is inclusive of technology, through animation and digital hybrids that aid in  creating sophisticated compositions. The course sequence provides an engaging approach to the medium examining historic and contemporary artists and theories, traditional as well as experimental materials, and both thematic and technical applications for creating artworks.

The Drawing course sequence provides an engaging approach examining historic and contemporary artists and theories, traditional as well as experimental materials, and technical applications to creating artworks. Coursework from introduction through intermediate is designed emphasizing thematic discoveries, allowing you to resolve problems through material selection as well as choosing appropriate formats for assigned projects. The sequence of advanced drawing courses grant you the opportunity to design your own self-directed projects and create a unified body of work.


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2016 or later BFA in Art

2012 - 2015 BFA in Art - Drawing

2009 - 2011 BFA in Art - Drawing

2006 - 2009 BFA in Art - Drawing



Students enrolled in Drawing courses have access to professional grade drafting tables that function at multiple levels and angles (from table top to easel). In addition, a computer station allows students the opportunity to access the Internet and scan imagery. Advanced Drawing students have access to an Epson Stylus Pro 4880. Recent remodeling includes storage for various supplies for student use during class time as well as a professional mat cutter.



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Spring 19 Office Hours:

Tuesdays & Thursdays  3:30pm - 5pm

Fridays 3pm - 5pm

Office hours are scheduled by appointment. Please contact the Department of Art office at 303-615-0300.

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Sandy Lane serves as Associate Professor and Drawing Coordinator at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She received her BFA in 1995 from the University of Colorado at Boulder and continued her education, graduating in 1998 with her MFA, also from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Lane has been teaching studio art courses in Higher Education since 1999. She was a member of Edge Gallery, an artist run co-operative from 1996 - 2012. Currently, she is a member of Ice Cube gallery, also a co-operative art gallery in the art district referred to as RINO within the Denver community where she serves as New Membership Coordinator for the gallery.                    

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