ART 110C-Two Dimensional Design†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Winter 06
Dale Lindman n††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††
Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. 12:30 to 1:30pm,Tues. &Th 4:30-5:30pm,
†Fridays-online, firstname.lastname@example.org† and by phone - 425-564-2053 and appointment.
A.) The student should at the end of this coursework be able to create an original design that displays and/or demonstrates:
1.) Unity and variety.
2.) Formal and informal pictorial balance
3.) Mastery of emphasis and focal point
4.) Use of positive and negative
5.) Scale and proportion
6.) Illusion of space in an original composition
B.) Have the ability to define and explain the basic design elements;
††††† line, shape, texture, value, and color and analyze how design works in
††††† aesthetic compositions and how to communicate ideas visually.
C.) Demonstrate good craftpersonship in original works done.
Students are expected to:
††††††† A.) Attend class regularly and on time. Students absent more than four times are
†††††††††††† advised to withdraw from this course or will receive an F for this class
B.) Complete assignments on time (see below), with careful attention to instructions, and in a manner†
†††† demonstrating an understanding of design principals.
C)† Actively engage in classroom studios (bring all necessary working supplies to each class, work on
†††† projects in classroom lab, participate in classroom critiques). A Participation grade of a†
††††† maximum worth of 22† points (two grades) will be assigned at the end of the quarter in these areas
††† figured out by subtraction. (everyone starts with 22 points). For example, you donít bring supplies to
††† class one day, you will receive minus one point, you now have 21 points.
††† Come to class and donít feel like working during the lab time? Minus another point, you are down to
††† 20. Think that joining the rest of the class and talking or asking questions during the critique is a
†††† big waste of time? Minus another† point, you are now down to 19 etc.
Grades are based on assigned work and critiques, which should demonstrate:
A.) The ability to understand and complete course outcomes.
B.) Proficiency in use of design media and tools
C.) Care in following instructions
Grades are earned using the following numerical equivalents:
A††† =†† 11†††††††††††††††††††††† C+† =†† 6
A-† =†† 10††††††††††††††††††††††† C††† =†† 5
B+† =† ††9††††††††††††††††††††††† C-†† =†† 4
B††† =††† 8†††††††††††††††††††††††† D+† =†† 3
B-†† =†††† 7††††††††††††††††††††††† D††† =†† 2††
Grades drop one and a half points on any late assignment immediately after due date and time (that means if put up after critique starts, itís LATE!!!).
Grades on late assignments are dropped one and a half points per class period (one/half letter grade) thereafter.
Lockers are available in Building C hallways, and are allotted one to each three students. You claim a locker simply by writing your and your locker-mates names on the tag in the slot on the door. Your group of three is responsible for obtaining a lock. Be sure to empty your locker at the end of the quarter by the date shown on the form.
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On the web:† Course syllabus, schedule, supplies and many of the homework assignments, along with some additional links can be found on the web at:† http://www.bcc.ctc.edu/artshum/materials/
Just look for Winter 06, Art and then my name and your class name and section and click.
†* †Student Procedures & Expectations for the Arts and Humanities Division is located at http://www.bcc.ctc.edu/artshum/policy.html or a copy can be picked up at the
Arts & Humanities Division
COMMITMENT TO ACCOMMODATION
ďNo student shall, on the basis of his or her disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subject to discrimination under any college program or activity.Ē
Students with disabilities who have accommodation needs are required to meet with the Disability Support Services (DSS) office, room B233-G (telephone 425-564-2498 or TTY 425.564.4110), to establish their eligibility for accommodation. The DSS office will provide each eligible student with an accommodation letter. Students who require accommodation in class must review the DSS accommodation letter with each instructor during the first week of the quarter.
Students with mobility challenges who may need assistance in case of an emergency situation or evacuation should register with Disability Support Services, or review those needs with the instructor as well.
Web site location:†† http://www.bcc.ctc.edu/dss/