Claire M. Cowie
Presentation of process through which artists discover and translate ideas, feelings, and concerns into images or objects. Use of a wide variety of methods and approaches, from traditional to technological, to promote visual expression. Discussion and critiques leading toward better understanding the creative process.
This course will address the issues of narrative, sequence, and series. We will focus on works-on-paper using drawing, cut paper, collage, and print media. There will be written assignments and some collaboration.
Student learning goals
An understanding of narrative, sequence, seriality.
A familiarity with different types of papers, as well as cutting, gluing, and folding.
A familiarity with drawing media including graphite, pen and ink, watercolor.
The experience of working collaboratively.
A comfort level with critical feedback, group discussion, written statements.
General method of instruction
Studio work, reading assignments, critiques
Class assignments and grading