Scenic Artist Certificate
PROGRAM CODE: 2C18747A
The Scenic Artist Certificate is designed to prepare the student for occupational competency as a Scenic Artist in educational, community and resident theatre venues as well as theme parks, television and motion picture studios. This certificate program requires a total of 31 units of which 21 units required and 4 units required lab courses. All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.
|Required Courses (21 units):|
|ART 118 F||Color Theory||3|
|ART 180 F||Rendering||3|
|ART 182 F||Basic Drawing||3|
|THEA 100 F||Introduction to the Theatre||3|
|THEA 141 F||Introduction to Technical Theatre||4|
|THEA 146 F||Scene Painting 1||3|
|THEA 148 F||Introduction to Theatre Crafts Lab (formerly THEA 142 F)||2|
|Required Lab Courses (4 units):||4|
|Beginning Theatre Crafts Lab||2|
|Introduction to Stage Crew Activity (formerly THEA 149 F)||0.5|
|Beg Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|Intermediate Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|Advanced Stage Crew Activity||0.5|
|Intermediate Theatre Crafts Lab||2|
|Advanced Theatre Crafts Lab||2|
|Restricted Electives (6 units):||6|
|Introduction to Art||3|
|Mural and Faux Painting||3|
|Properties: Design and Construction||3|
Outcome 1: Demonstrate and evaluate general drawing and painting skills.
Outcome 2: Demonstrate, formulate and assess the principles of color theory and paint mixing.
Outcome 3: Discriminate and evaluate the relationships of pigment color to lighting, costuming, and scenery.
Outcome 4: Differentiate, formulate and select the appropriate paints and finishes as needed for various scenic materials.
Outcome 5: Compare, contrast and choose the appropriate brushes, rollers, and applicators as needed for various scenic materials.
Outcome 6: Identify, explain and evaluate the safe operation of scene painting equipment associated with theatrical productions.