Full Time Lecturer
Art & Design
College of Visual & Performing Arts 302A
Conceptual development and visual communication. This course addresses the primary challenges of conceptual development and visual communication. This includes; design principles, expressive control, visual symbolism, composite meaning, basic sequencing, and the arrangement of text-image interactions.
Visual personalities, character development, the qualities and details of scenery. Apparel and accessories will be considered within a completed integration. Led in a workshop format, a wide range of traditional and digital media will be engaged.
Specialized areas in the field. Students are introduced, through projects, to a wide range of specialized areas within the field. Topics covered include children's book illustration, graphic novels, and editorial illustration. The course emphasizes in-depth conceptual explorations. By means of its directed public service design assignment, this course satisfies University Studies 5B.