In this course, students learn about the variety of ways that color is considered and used as a design element. Working with current color theory principles and models, students develop color plans and concepts in relationship to individual and group projects. This research is compiled in sketchbook/notebook format and is used as reference for independent projects. Studies and hands-on studio work reveal the multiple ways that color can transform concepts with cohesive and expressive results.
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|Class meeting time||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Class meeting days||Tuesday|
|Building and room||Sharp 332|
|Course instructor||Rhonda Castillo|