May 22, 2019  
2018-2019 University Catalogue 
    
2018-2019 University Catalogue

ILUS 303 Illustration III: Materials, Concepts And Formats

College of Art, Media & Design

3 credits 90.0 hours
300 level undergraduate course

In this course, students investigate illustration’s capacity for personal expression within the arena of public communication. As a part of this, they work with various modes of picture building, conceptual development and materials applied to some of the major creative outlets in contemporary illustration. They make artwork in reaction to several outside sources, including various forms of the written word. Illustrators thrive when they learn to funnel their creative process through the professional and interactive system of sharing and feedback. Students will adopt this mode of working in order to see the potential for personal expression within it. Lectures and discussions relate to the illustrator’s multifaceted role as maker, thinker and communicator.

Prerequisites ILUS*203

This course is not repeatable for credit.