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Basic Design II (Color Theory) (Spring 2021)
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|Tu Th||9:00AM-11:50AM||ZOOM||J. Eufusia|
- Spring 2021 lasts from Monday, April 5, 2021 to Friday, June 18, 2021
- Provides instruction in the basic theories and practice of using color qualities and relationships in art, including hue, value, and saturation in essential and experimental color design, providing a foundation in the vocabulary and practice of color theory in visual art. Assignments exploring both objective and non-objective form address color mixing, spatial and volumetric effects, basic color relationships, color in image development, and the effect of color on human emotion and perception. Students with work primarily with opaque painting mediums such as gouache. Analyze composition with a focus on the use of color and its affect to meet individually determined designs in a variety of contexts. This course satisfies foundation core requirements for students pursuing fine art, design, and commercial applications.
- Zoom Classes: Class will meet during the listed times via Zoom. Information about Zoom-based classes will be available in the course Blackboard shell on the first day of the term. All teachers expect students to participate in the class on the first day of the term. Students not participating during the first day may be subject to administrative drop. Students should have access to a web cam and audio capabilities on their computer to fully participate in a Zoom class. Some Zoom classes are delivered in hybrid format and will have additional course participation requirements outside of Zoom sessions.
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