Here are just two great examples of fine arts courses at Montana Western. For a full course selection, please see the current catalog.
This course engages the student’s creativity through the skillful manipulation of materials and techniques related to the production of artistic works while exploring critical issues, conceptually enriched practices and the processes of painting.
This course challenges students to apply both critical and creative thinking skills while producing content charged photographs, videos, graphics and works of fine art using a variety of digital resources.
Are you ready to Rock? If so, this course will lead you on a journey through time, from early 20th century American blues, to Metal, Rap, and beyond. Through active learning projects, research, video, guest Rockers, and more, expect to emerge as a “new, improved” Rock and Roll aficionado!
Exciting activities and exercises in awareness, concentration, relaxation, imagination, character interrelationships, and meditation. Includes improvisation, scene work, & trust building games.
The concept of directing is opened up utilizing Montana Western’s experiential approach by not only studying the principles of play production and directing, but putting them into practice through hands-on experience. The course culminates with a 10-minute play festival during the Fall where students direct, design, and produce a fully realized production. The professor provides guidance and insights throughout the process.
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