2D/3D Foundations is a practice-based studio course introducing the fundamentals of visual language including basic drawing, color theory, and basic modeling with the options to experiment with new digital fabrication technologies in the Maker Space. Students will be introduced to a variety of art media including charcoal, water-based paint, modeling clay and 3D printers with a focus on experimentation culminating in an individual semester final project. Students may also have the opportunity to visit art galleries, artist studios and site specific work off campus.

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Spring 23


Art and Media Studies


Richard Streitmatter-Tran(V)



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