Drawing Foundations

Drawing Foundations
The practice of drawing is an investigation into mark making and translation, seeing and perception. In this introductory course we will approach the fundamentals of drawing using traditional and unconventional techniques. Through observational drawing we will build proficiency to describe the world as we see it and as we imagine it. Drawing sessions will make up the majority of classes, with time for informal one-on-one instruction and group critique. Previous drawing experience not required. Each student will be required to purchase materials costing approximately $40. This course will count as a prerequisite for 0300-level Studio Art courses. (This course counts as an elective toward a major or minor in Studio Art.)
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ART 1128

All Sections in Winter 2017

Winter 2017

ART1128A-W17 Lecture (Gardner)