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    The University of the Arts
  Jan 20, 2018
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ILUS 482 - Illustration Workshop: Personal Viewpoint

3 credits
A special elective course for qualified Junior and Senior Illustration majors. The Department invites three of America’s most accomplished illustrators to share their talent, insights, and expertise by finding and emphasizing the personal conceptual viewpoint of each student. The goal is to meld that identity with each student’s developing technique to create the greater vision of the artist through illustration as a self-expressive art form. Each of the three faculty presents their work and answers questions in an open forum and then teaches an intensive four-week long segment of the course. The artists give lectures, technical demonstrations, and studio assignments, and students work through a demanding process to produce finished illustrations. This flexible curriculum also allows for timely illustration issues to be covered as they develop in the field.

Prerequisites ILUS*301