Studio For Drawing

The drawing experience and its usefulness across disciplines. Drawing is seen as a vehicle for thinking, seeing, and communicating. Formal elements of line, value, shape, texture and space are worked individually and in common. Includes drawing from direct observation and invented images. Studies include illusions of space and shape via figure and form analysis. Through the use of thumbnail sketches, students analyze and improve composition techniques and methods. Constant reference to historical and contemporary drawing practice from many traditions.
  • Course Number: SFDN181
  • Enrollment: Departmental Requirement
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Semester: Fall
  • Type: Hybrid Studio / Critique (5hrs)