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ARTS-001 Design: A Visual Foundation
Design is an introduction to studio art and visual thinking. It is concerned with two-dimensional composition. It presents and develops many concepts and skills used by artists, designers, and the visually educated. Design class differs from art history or art appreciation courses in that participants develop critical visual judgment skills through a sequence of studio assignments wherein they create and analyze their own and their classmates' designs. Fall and Spring.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

Course syllabi
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Spring '11: Dowley, M (description, file download)
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