A basic course in the application and appreciation of the principles of organization and art elements as they relate to two-dimensional design. Selected problems in using line, shape, color, value, and texture.
ART 41 THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN
Recommended Preparation: ART 40
A basic course in the application and appreciation of the art elements and principles related to problems in three dimensional design.
ART 42 COLOR THEORY AND PRACTICE
Recommended Preparation: ART 40 and 80
Investigates various aspects of color, color theories, color symbolism, psychology of color, physiology of color, history of color, expressive aspects of color, nature's use of color and will include practical lab experience in mixing color, matching colors and color analysis.
ART 140 BEGINNING GRAPHIC DESIGN
Introduction to fundamentals of design concepts that explore organization of visual elements for graphic communication. Studio work will include traditional and computer-generated assignments in layout and typography. Designed to convey current concepts in the graphic design field. Also listed as GD 140. Credit given in either area, not both.
ART 141 GRAPHIC RENDERING TECHNIQUES
The exploration of two-dimensional media for graphics. Projects encourage exploration and control in a variety of design applications. Recognition and choice of techniques in translating ideas into renderings. Also listed as GD 141. Credit given in either area, not both.
ART 142 PACKAGE DESIGN
Introduction to traditional and computergenerated construction and layout of three-dimensional packaging, including labels, overwraps, printed cartons and point-of- purchase displays. Also listed as GD 142. Credit given in either area, not both.
Professor, Design, Sculpture & Metal Arts