Annabelle K Gould
Introduces key factors in the theory and practice of creating and participating in collaborative projects. Focuses on creating and participating in effective teams, understanding strengths and roles within teams, working through team issues, developing techniques for interdisciplinary problem solving. Prerequisite: ART 207.
This Color and Composition course will explore the fundamentals of color, form-making and composition within the field of design. Through a series of exercises, lectures, readings and applied projects, students will develop an understanding of how to use color and form to visualize ideas in a unique and compelling way.
Student learning goals
understand basic color attributes and terms, using the color wheel, color organization
understand color associations, expression and visual communication
understand the technical aspects of color including printing and monitor calibration
integrate graphical elements, color and imagery to create dynamic compositions
understand the importance of the creative process
explore image making techniques
General method of instruction
Lectures and studio projects
Class assignments and grading