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Drawing: Visualization

ARTDES 105.101, Spring 2024


Credit Hours: 3
Semester: Spring 2024

Prerequisites: No Prerequisites.

Description: The second of two foundation studio drawing courses, Drawing: Visualization builds on students’ previous experience in observational drawing and related foundation studio courses to focus on drawing as an effective means of visualization, conceptualization, and communication to others. Considering drawing not only as a means to record the visible world, Drawing: Visualization addresses this subject as a critical component in the process of designing, conceiving, and communicating ideas that will likely and ultimately be manifested in another form (e.g. the fabrication of products, installation of exhibit spaces). Students explore a variety of tools, techniques, and pictorial conventions to realize these goals.

Frequency: This course is typically offered in both the fall and winter terms of every academic year, though scheduling may vary according to future term circumstances.