ARTP 1110 - Two Dimensional Design(4)
This course will serve as a foundation course to introduce fundamental concepts, materials, processes, and vocabulary that are used in two-dimensional design. Assignments, lectures, demonstrations, and critiques will expose students to the topics of composition (rhythm, balance, contrast, emphasis, scale and proportion). A foundation understanding of figure and ground relationships, form and function, progression, transformation and space/time relationships will also be stressed. Students will work with a variety of materials and media to create projects investigating the formal and communicative aspects of two-dimensional form and develop the visual language skills necessary for success in any two-dimensional artistic endeavor. [on demand] Note(s): Allowances for student to be below college level in some area of study.
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