FIN-210 Drawing & 2-DIMENSIONAL Language III
4 hours, includes lecture + studio time, 3 credits
In this course students deepen their understanding of representational drawing methods by exploring objective, subjective and conceptual approaches. Students will advance their formal drawing techniques, and utilize it as a means of visual expression. Course projects serve an opportunity for students to engage in research, experimentation, consultation and production. An emphasis will be put on comprehension, analysis, and ability to resolve artistic problems. Additional Information: 1) Material Kit: Students will be required to pick up a material kit for specific assignments. Students unable to pick up material kit in person will be required to purchase their own materials for the assignments. 2) Supply List: Instructor will provide a supply list one month prior to class start date. Students are required to purchase these supplies.
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