Middlebury

ART 0195

The Digital Studio

CMD+Z: Infinite Possibilities of The Digital Studio
In this foundation design course we will explore various aspects of design including 2D composition, color theory, image editing, and typography while developing literacy in graphics software using the Adobe Creative Suite. Focusing on the comparison of visual communication across global cultures, lectures and assignments will be centered around the ways design intersects with art and socio-political issues. Students will develop creative visual problem-solving and image-making skills that they can apply across many disciplines, learning to communicate and present their ideas effectively. Students will produce two substantial screen-based and print projects over the course of the semester. It is a 100 level beginning level class open to and designed for students with no visual artmaking experience. This course will count as a prerequisite towards 300-level courses in The Program In Studio Art. 6 hrs. lect./lab
Subject:
Studio Art
Department:
Program in Studio Art
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART CMP

Sections

Spring 2024

ART0195A-S24 Lecture

Spring 2023

ART0195A-S23 Lecture (Leftheris)

Winter 2022

ART0195A-W22 Lecture (Streblow)

Fall 2021

ART0195A-F21 Lecture (Streblow)

Spring 2021

ART0195A-S21 Lecture (Leftheris)

Fall 2020

ART0195A-F20 Lecture (Leftheris)
ART0195Y-F20 Lab (Leftheris)
ART0195Z-F20 Lab (Leftheris)

Fall 2019

ART0195A-F19 Lecture (Streblow)

Fall 2018

ART0195A-F18 Lecture (Leftheris)

Fall 2017

ART0195A-F17 Lecture (Leftheris)