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    Delta College
  Jan 23, 2018
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ART 111 - Drawing I

Credits: 3
Introduces techniques in various drawing media and concepts in visual art with emphasis in drawing from observation.

Prerequisite(s): None
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 90
Meets MTA Requirement: Humanities
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Gain a critical understanding of the formal aspects of two dimensional art.
    1. Discuss the elements of art and design in art-historic references, instructor demonstrations and student work.
    2. Apply knowledge of these elements to the drawing process through practice.
    3. Analyze the formal aspects of student work, both in written and verbal critiques.
    4. Synthesize information from various sources.
  2. Practice the technical application of various drawing media with an emphasis placed on drawing from observation.
    1. Demonstrate drawing techniques.
    2. Practice drawing techniques.
    3. Participate in group critiques.
  3. Gain a critical understanding of drawing concepts, and gain visual literacy.
    1. Synthesize information from Instructor’s lectures, demonstrations and supplemental reading, and test this information in drawing projects.
    2. Respond to Instructor feedback by making revisions to work that is in progress.
    3. Articulate knowledge of drawing concepts during class critique by learning and using the specialized language.
  4. Interact productively with others in the studio environment.
    1. Participate in peer review
    2. Engage in arranged and impromptu discussions on the progress of student work.
    3. Share resources and space.

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