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Syll Draw1 spring - Instructor Rebekah Higgins Course...

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Instructor: Rebekah Higgins Course: Drawing 1 Fall 2004 Drawing 1 is an introductory studio art course. It is a perceptual drawing course, meaning that through careful observation we learn to draw what we see. You will be asked to produce in class drawings and homework assignments for grading and critiques. You will have a homework assignment every week which you are expected to spend at least 6 hours on. Homework is typically due every Monday, unless there is a holiday or other schedule changes. Students will also be given a “quiz” every two weeks starting at week 3. They will draw without assistance from the instructor and must demonstrate a command of the topics acquired in the previous weeks. Quizzes and homework will have to be made up if a class is missed. The schedule of topics below is subject to change. The instructor will provide verbal instructions regarding any changes. CCP Class start date 9/7/04 Drawing 1 class start date 9/8/04 Topics Weeks 1-3: Perspective, boxes, line quality, ratios and measuring Weeks 3-6: Ellipses Tables, chairs, Ellipses, object groups, complex still life Weeks 7-8: Complex still lives, mid-semester reviews Weeks 9-13: Complex still lives, introduction to tone, value scales and still lives in 2-3 values, large scale full tone still lives. Weeks 13-14: Organic Forms, complex ellipsoidal Forms, large studies, final reviews Quiz Days Mon Sept. 20 th , Mon Oct. 4 th , Wed Oct. 11 th , Mon Nov 1 st , Mon Nov 15 th , Mon Nov 29 th , Mon Dec 13 th Assignments There will be 8-13 homework assignments and 7 quizzes in addition to drawings completed or started during class time. Please neatly maintain all of your work from the semester.
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