Dec 03, 2021
ART 210 - Drawing II 3 Credits, 5 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 3 lab periods
Continuation of ART 110 . Includes strengthening of drawing and critical thinking skills. Also includes intermediate drawing and design problems; intermediate use of materials and techniques; perceptual skill and personal development; critique process; engagement and analysis of professional art events or galleries; and portfolio creation.
Prerequisite(s): ART 110
Information: Prerequisite(s) may be waived with consent of instructor.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Apply design elements and principles to drawing to solve graphic problems.
- Further explore and apply diverse drawing media, techniques and observational skills to various subjects in still life, nature studies, figure drawing, and personal and cultural iconography.
- Discuss and demonstrate technical and expressive problems and processes of seeing and communicating visual ideas using drawing media.
- Evaluate and analyze work of self and others utilizing critical thinking and appropriate terminology through oral and written critique processes.
- Observe and critique professional art events and/or gallery exhibitions via online or local venues using many sophisticated and accurate art terminology.
- Produce a portfolio of drawings in a variety of media and subjects from observation and imagination.
- Intermediate Drawing and Design Problems
- Expressive and contextual invention
- Intermediate Use of Materials and Techniques
- Dry media
- Wet media
- Mixed media
- Digital media
- Intermediate drawing methods, approaches and techniques
- Mark making
- Measurement strategies
- Value/volume modeling techniques
- Identify resources to develop imagery
- Perceptual Skill and Personal Development
- Demonstrate observational skills: perspective and proportional properties
- Demonstrate intermediate diagrammatic and/or mapping communication with personal invention
- Identify and choose a variety of appropriate drawing materials and approaches indication development of personal expression
- Critique Process
- Participate in individual and group critiques using visual terminology
- Critically evaluate personal work and work of classmates
- Utilize and further develop analytical and critical thinking skills
- Engagement and Analysis of Professional Art Events or Galleries
- Visit online, local or regional galleries, art events and/or museums
- Complete written analysis per instructor guidelines
- Address contemporary and/or historical works of art
- Portfolio Creation
- Complete portfolio of twelve (12) finished drawings
- Individual and group review of work
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