Course descriptions index


Applied Art


APAR F100 Basic Video Workshop

1 Credit     Offered As Demand Warrants

Basic video equipment operation and elementary equipment maintenance. Camera techniques, portable video recorders, lighting, audio and simple video production. (1+0)


APAR F103 Editing Videotape

1 Credit     Offered As Demand Warrants

Principles and operations in electronic editing of videotape. Persons completing this course may use Media Center videotape editing facilities. (1+1)


APAR F105 Community TV Production

1 Credit     Offered As Demand Warrants

Video production for the Nome Public Access Cable Television (NPACT) channel in a ten-week "hands-on" training lab using a variety of video equipment. Each student will produce at least one 30-minute production.     Offered at Northwest Campus. (1+1)


APAR F107 Beading

1 Credit     Offered As Demand Warrants

Application of beads to various materials, three kinds of stitches and use of a bead loom. (1+1)


APAR F140 Clothing Construction

1 Credit     Offered As Demand Warrants

Techniques of clothing construction for the home sewer. Development of sewing skills necessary to create garments for the beginner as well as the more experienced sewer. (1+0)


APAR F150 Introduction to Traditional Crafts

1 - 3 Credits     Offered As Demand Warrants

Introduction to traditional crafts such as basket weaving, birch bark basket-making, beading, carving, canoe or kayak making, etc. Topics vary based on community need and interest and will be identified each semester. Course may be repeated for credit with each new topic. (1 - 3+0)


APAR F157 Skin Sewing

1 - 2 Credits     Offered As Demand Warrants

Fundamentals of skin sewing. Projects (e.g. slippers, mukluks, mittens, fur hats, vests and ruffs) dependent upon student ability and experience. (1 - 2+0)


APAR F250 Intermediate Traditional Crafts

1 - 3 Credits     Offered As Demand Warrants

Continued development of traditional crafts such as basket weaving, birch bark basket-making, beading, carving, canoe or kayak making, etc. Topics vary based on community need and interest and will be identified each semester. Course may be repeated for credit with each new topic. Prerequisites: APAR F150 or permission of instructor. (1 - 3+0)


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