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- Beginning Drawing: Learning the Fundamentals in Drawing Practice
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BEGINNING DRAWING: LEARNING THE FUNDAMENTALS IN DRAWING PRACTICEStudy and practice the fundamental visual language through this coherent and engaging drawing course with an emphasis on drawing from observation. Learn to draw by recording and representing what we see and how to utilize our visual perception for furthering our understanding of the world. In addition to reviewing its practice from a historical perspective with lectures on artworks, this course will introduce students to drawing practice in today's art.
What the Course Covers
Demonstrations and supervised studio time. Two field trips to the Seattle Art Museum. During the field trips, the instructor will provide a tour of the museum collections and special exhibitions.
Who Should Attend?
All students who enjoy hands-on learning. International students who want to study art and design at the UW are encouraged to enroll. The course will facilitate the critical transition to and preparation for academic studies at a renowned research university.
This course can be used toward completion of the Visual, Literary and Performing Arts (VLPA) requirement.
Meets: T W Th F, 9–11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Zhi Lin
Course Number: ART 190