DRWG 321 - Intermediate Drawing: Studio
This course places an emphasis on a personal exploration of the language of drawing, technique, history and theory. Students are offered an opportunity for independent study in a studio setting. Traditional and contemporary concerns are considered simultaneously in this context. Students are expected to develop technical and conceptual skills through a sustained commitment to self-directed projects. The course encourages group discussions and the evaluation of work through regular individual and group critiques.
NOTE: Drawing majors will be given priority in registration.
DRWG 211 and one of DRWG.221 or DRWG 214 or consent of Chair in consultation with the instructor as appropriate
|A||30420||Dragan, Miruna|| |
|B||30875||Johannesson, Laurel|| |