ART 140-62080 - Beginning Design: 2-D Media - Carolyn Robertson
|Beginning Design: 2-D Media
Welcome to Art 140, an introductory course on the basic fundamentals of 2-D pictorial art! This is a summer session meeting Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for 8 weeks. Art 140 is an introductory level, art studio course. I am your instructor, Carolyn Robertson.
Art 140 is an introductory level, studio art course during which we will complete several 2-D artworks that explore different concepts and ideas about how to make an effective composition or design. You are expected to spend a minimum of 20 hours per week on classwork.
We will utilize various learning formats in this class, Canvas in particular. You will view high-resolution images and videos online and in-class. Therefore, in order to be successful in this class you should be able to navigate the internet successfully as well as being able to download (and work with) images and files. However, no special software (Photoshop, etc.) is required.
In addition to making art, weekly lectures and critiques will be conducted. Your ability to be articulate and a willingness to discuss your art and that of your peers is therefore essential.
We will also view and analyze works of art and design by noteworthy artists throughout the ages.
What to Expect in this Course
- Class begins on Tuesday, June 13
- This class is held in person but we will still use Canvas for some content instruction
- We will use various remote platforms to conduct class: Canvas, Zoom, email, etc.
- Class content will consist of lectures, assignments, quizzes, exams, discussion and critiques
- If you need a laptop then contact the Admissions & Records Department who have a limited supply for student check-out
- Check with your internet provider to see if they are giving discounts for educational use at home of internet-based learning
- Any class comes to life based on the quality of interaction between students. A successful online class requires that you bring enthusiasm and interest to the classroom and be willing to display an interest in the learning of others at the same time
- There is no textbook!
Types of Assessments
You will be assessed and assigned a grade through various means to include: lab assignments, written assignments, quizzes, critiques, midterm and final exams.
No textbook required.
Other Relevant Course Information
- Alternative CANVAS log in: http://cv.canyons.edu
- Online Learning home page: https://www.canyons.edu/academics/onlineeducation/
- Canvas support: https://www.canyons.edu/academics/onlineeducation/studentsupport/canvasstudentguides.php
I am a practicing artist and art historian so I have lots to share with you. I am really excited to teach this class.
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
- CanyonsID Username is your COC student email address (Ex: email@example.com)
- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
Check out the Online Education website for more information on a variety of topics that can help you be a successful online student such as: exam proctoring, learning styles, computer skills, and tips for student success. If this is your first online course, feel free to take our online learning readiness assessment to assess your skills.
The Learning Center (TLC)
The TLC provides FREE online tutoring resources to COC students!
Academic Accommodation Center (AAC)
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Also, the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline number is now 988. All students at COC are encouraged to enter that phone number in their cells. You can call it when you, or someone you know, is having thoughts of suicide or is in severe distress.
You can also now use the Crisis Text Line: Just text "Courage" to 741741. Someone will get back to you immediately. Its free, 24/7, and confidential.
Veterans Resource Center
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Last updated: 06/06/2022 Sub#: 1396