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Environmental Design - 11A College of Environmental Design University Of California, Berkeley DESCRIPTION: 1. Course: Environmental Design - 11A (4 units) 2. Title: An Introduction to Freehand Drawing 3. Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring 4. Class meetings per week: 2 one-hour lectures, studio, plus one-hour on Friday. 5. Prerequisites: Environmental Design 1, Environmental Design 4, or consent of instructor. 6. Instructors: Joseph Slusky Chip Sullivan 7. Final Exam: None 8. Student hours per week: 9 hours in class 16 hours outside 9. Evaluation: Studio Projects, Drawing Portfolio. Evaluation includes participation in studio, quality of studio projects, attendance, and degree of overall improvement of work. 10. Attendance: Required for all class meetings (lectures, studios, reviews). Assignments for drawings will be discussed in lecture and studio; therefore, attendance is mandatory . Objectives: The development of skill and confidence in the use of freehand drawing and related forms of representation as a means of understanding and describing the environment. Subject Matter: Introduction to freehand drawing, perspective and design, with particular emphasis on the use of visual means for investigating the environment. Weeks: 1-12 Introduction to Freehand Drawing and Media 13-15 Synthesis Project __ Teaching Methods: Lectures, studio projects, discussion sections, group  critiques of student  work.  ED-11A, Spring 2008 1 Course Outline
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REQUIRED TEXT:        Drawing the Landscape ,” by Chip Sullivan.   The required  text is available at the following  locations: ASUC Bookstore, Cody’s Books (Telegraph  Ave.), and  Builders’ Booksource (1817 –  4 th  Street, at Hearst). MATERIALS LIST Now  we take up  the matter of materials. The following is a list of equipment  and  supplies that are  required  for this course. You will be expected  to bring drawing  materials and  paper  to each studio session.  Often the instructors arrange with a local art supply  store for course ‘kits’ of all the required  materials to  be available at a reduced  cost. Listen for announcements  concerning bulk material purchasing.  General Materials: Sketchbook, 8 1/2”  x 11” Three ring binder which will be used  for course syllabus, reader, project description  and   handouts  (optional) Illustration  board  or chip-board  to cover desk top Desk brush Scissors Mat knife – heavy duty Padlock for securing your equipment  and  supplies in your desk Desk lamp  /  clip lamp, extension cord Metal straight edge /  rule (with cork backing) Containers for water (ink wash  work) Clear plastic push  pins Drafting tape or drafting dots Architect’s scale (won’t be needed  until the final project) Drawing Materials: Drawing  clipboard  for 18 x 24 inch paper Compressed  charcoal
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