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Basic Design (Color Theory) (Winter 2024)

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(Full, Waitlist Available)
M W1:00PM-3:50PMTRC-A142J. Eufusia
TRC, Table Rock Campus, White City
Winter 2024 lasts from Monday, January 8, 2024 to Friday, March 22, 2024
Waitlist Details
10 out of 10 available (0 slots used)
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 will work primarily with opaque painting mediums such as gouache. Analyze composition with a focus on the use of color and its effect 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.
  • Hybrid Classes: This course will run in hybrid format with some course content delivered in person and some online. Specific schedules will be sent out to students on what sessions to attend prior to the class starting. Information about Web-based classes and required orientations can be found at
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