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Course Description

Introduction to Drawing which develop core skills that have a wide range of creative applications At the beginning of the course, simple exercises will provide new ways of looking at individual objects, still life and the model, and required time will be given to students to analyzing form in space, studying light and shade and considering composition and pictorial design.

In the second half of the course, students will be introduced to simple techniques and experimental processes to enable to develop a more personal or meaningful interpretation of subject matter At the end of the course, students will have a portfolio of drawings in several media, and a clear glimpse of what makes drawing such a uniquely satisfying activity

Course Objectives

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to
  • Understand the formal language of drawing and the fundamentals of artistic expression
  • Understand the basic principles of linear perspective
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of composition, proportion texture
  • Understand the effect of light on three dimensional forms as it applies to drawing
  • Develop the ability to verbally articulate ideas and processes in drawing
  • Demonstrate knowledge about various drawing styles in art history and cultures

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate an ability to exploit a variety of drawing materials and techniques
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the anatomy of the human form and the ability to draw the human figure in proportion
  • Assess tonal values and apply tone to render volume, form and space within the picture plane
  • Demonstrate the ability of understanding composition and the placement of the figure within the frame
  • Use a variety of drawing strategies that show the beginnings of the development of an individual vocabulary and be able to contextualize studio practice with the work of peers and other art practitioners

Teaching Methodology

The course is 100 practical and will be taught through a series of assignments, peer learning, and presentations along with demonstrations and audio visual aids for practical activities Research work, class juries and peer discussions will be done in each assignment