CEFA-260

CEFA 260: Developing Your Visual Style

This course provides an opportunity to work
on developing your own artistic style. This
course is designed to merge hands-on
practice with your creative ideas by
experimenting with numerous materials
and techniques. Throughout the course
you will analyze your creative process and
refine your aesthetic abilities. This is a
unique opportunity to work on defining
your own practice and receiving guidance
and feedback from experienced instructors.
Prerequisites: 

Some drawing or painting experience is recommended

 

Number of Credits: 
0.00
Sections: 
Term Section Title
Fall 2014 CEFA-260-F001 Developing Your Visual Style

CEFA 260 - F001: Developing Your Visual Style

From: 
Sep 30
To: 
Nov 25
Cost: 
$245.00
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Sep 30-Nov 25
18:30:00-21:30:00
T 268 NB
Prerequisites: 

Some drawing or painting experience is recommended

 

Instructor information: 
Comments: 
Please bring the following supplies to class:
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* 1 18"x24" newsprint 
* 2 22"x 30" Mixed Media Paper Hahnemumuhle Bamboo 22in x 30 in
2/pg
* 1 box conte crayon -one box 
* 2 conte crayon sanguine 
* 5 Charcoal, compressed 2B
* 1 Graphite stick Kimberly Large 2B
* 1 Graphite stick Kimberly Large 4B 
* 1 Graphite stick Kimberly Large 6B
* 1 Glue stick 20gm 
- 6 small tubes Acrylic Paint Ultra Blue, Alizarin Crimson
Cadmium Yellow Medium, Black, white 
- assortment of inexpensive oil or soft pastels of your choice
(at least the primary colours) 
- two or three inexpensive acrylic bushes 1/2," 1/4," 1 1/2"
medium bamboo brush for ink work 
* 1 Indian Ink 473ml bottle

Estimated cost: $134.00

***Please bring items marked with a '*' to your first class.***

NOTE: Photocopy/printer cards can be purchased from the vending
machine outside the Emily Carr cafeteria.

***Present this ECUAD Registration Statement at Opus Framing &
Art Supplies to qualify for a student discount.***

***In order to minimize disruption, students are expected to
arrive at class a minimum of 5 minutes prior to the designated
start time.  If possible, please notify your instructor ahead of
time if you expect to be late or absent.***

Visual Rhetoric | drawing-based research

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Drawing-based research on visual synthesis by Vjeko Sager

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