ART 113 Fundamentals of Design II

3 credits, Spring

Expands upon skills using elements and principles of two-dimensional design while introducing three-dimensional design and color theory. This course stresses the theory and process of solving design problems using color and form, essential tools for all designers. This course also builds on material, technical, and presentation skills working with traditional and digital media. Art history and visual culture references are incorporated into lectures and projects. Students practice using design research and creative thinking working independently and in groups to ideate, plan, execute, and present solutions. Students discuss their work and the work of their classmates during small-group and faculty-led critiques. This course includes studio and lecture. Students will need to purchase supplies/materials for this course.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in ART 110