Class Schedules

Spring 2019 (PDF)


Fall 2018 (PDF)

Notes for Fall 2018


Drawing I, section IV/Advanced Drawing (FA 240/FA 347A) on Friday, 10-1:50 will be taught by Ben Degen, replacing Associate Professor Day Gleeson who is retiring.  

Michelle Segre’s Advanced Drawing (FA 345A) on Thursday, 2-5:50 is now combined with Drawing I, section V.


FA 275, Audiovisual I: Section I, Wednesday 10-1:50 will now be taught by Simon Liu, replacing Vish Jugdeo.   Section III on Friday will be taught by Mary Helena Clark.


Oscar Cornejo will teach Experimental Printmaking (FA 354A), section I on Tuesday 2-4:50.

Studio Electives

The second section of Performance (FA 395A) will be taught by Ana Janevski.

Art History

HTA 278 Modernism in Latin America – will be taught by Elizabeth Donato Please check with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences for other changes to the art history, humanities and social sciences schedule.


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