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2D+3D

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The 2D | 3D project studio is located on the 4th floor of the student center (W20) in room 425. Classes will generally meet in this room. Sometimes classes will meet in the adjoining studio, room 429.

2D+3D Studio Policies

Students taking a class in this studio will have 24-hour access outside of class, except during other class times, or otherwise noted. Please check the studio hours before coming in.

Please be aware of EHS guidelines. If you are in a class, the instructor will cover these, if you have signed up for Independent Use, the studio head will have covered this in the mandatory orientation.

Please be cognizant of “community” materials-use and as always, when finished, please store your supplies neatly and leave the studio in as good as or better condition than when you arrived.

 

Courses for Spring 2014

Feb 10 - May 05, 2014

Independent Study in 2D Studio

N/A

Instructor: Sam Hunter Magee [email]

Thursday Life Drawing

Thursday 4-6:30pm

Instructor: Eleonora Lecei [email]

Drawing from direct observation of a model, students explore how to capture the rhythm, movement and energy within form.  Emphasis will be on developing skills of perception and expression of the human figure through practice with a variety of drawing techniques including: gesture, contour, negative space, hatching and cross-hatching, and value study to depict modeled light.  Basic human anatomy and proportion will be touched upon as it relates to capturing the essence of the figure.  Utilizing both charcoal and graphite, students will have the opportunity to experiment with a variety of mark making experiences.  This class is great for both beginners and more advanced students.

Tuesday Intro To Oil Painting A

Tuesday 8:00-10:30pm

Instructor: Nicole Tariverdian [email]

This is a introduction to oil painting. Students will learn a variety of oil painting techniques as well as about composition and form. In addition to learning how to use the medium, different methods for transferred images onto a canvas will be covered. 

*A supplies list will be sent prior to the first day of class.

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Wednesday Intro Drawing

Wednesday 5:30-8:00pm

Instructor: Nicole Tariverdian [email]

Intro to drawing will provide students with fundamental drawing skills while experiments with different types of subject matter, materials, and mark making tools. As the weather starts to get nicer we will take some field trips around campus and draw outside!

* A materials list will be sent out before the fist day of class

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Wednesday Intro / Intermediate Oil Painting B

Wednesday 8:00pm - 10:30pm

Instructor: Nicole Tariverdian [email]

This class is designed for both beginners and intermediate students. Students will learn and practice a variety of oil painting techniques as well as about composition and form. During the class students will build on both their technical and conceptual skills. 

*A supplies list will be sent prior to the first day of class.

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Thursday Printmaking

Thursdays, 7-9:30pm

Instructor: Thery Mislick [email]

This class combines traditional and modern printmaking techniques.  Explore the image possibilities of monotype, carborundum printing, collagraphs and digital image transfer.

Starting with monotypes, students will be exposed to different ways of creating prints using both water and oil based inks.  From within these techniques students chose a direction in which to work in more depth.

Students supply their own printmaking paper.

Note: A supplies list will be sent prior to the first day of class.