ART 1130 - Foundation: Color
This course concentrates on the basic elements of design with an emphasis on color theory and its use in all aspects of art. Consideration is given to the range of various media used in creating compositional art forms as found in both historical and contemporary art and design. It is intended to give the beginning student an understanding of how works of art can be manipulated by color choice.
Instructional Method Lecture/Studio
General Education Requirement: Visual & Performing Arts
Comments: This course does not meet UW’s Human Culture requirement unless transferred as part of an Associate degree.
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of ART 1130 Foundation: Color, the student will:
- Define and comprehend the principals of design.
- Apply those principals to create visual organization.
- Analyze, critique and modify designs.
- Explore methods of Color Theory.
- Construct pieces based on the assigned criteria.
- Experiment with materials and processes to accommodate the assigned criteria.
- Utilize all materials in a safe and effective manner.
- Take part in all aspects of running an art facility.
- Explore and comprehend the social, political, and cultural context within the art field.
PO#1 Application of Foundation Principles: Employ the elements of art and design and compositional principles in 2-D and 3-D work.
PO#2 Observation: Produce accurate and proportional representations of real space and objects.
PO#3 Conceptual Application: Create work using foundation principles to convey a concept or idea.
PO#4 Craftsmanship: Demonstrate a professional level of craftsmanship and technical ability in working with a range of 2D and 3D materials.
PO#5 Articulation: Use art and design related vocabulary that is both relevant and appropriate in discussing visual artwork.
PO#6 Historical: Discuss different historical and cultural influences in art and design.
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