Welcome To Orientation Week(s)

Why do you need to Sketch

Sketching gives people the freedom to consider every wild idea without the fear of making a mistake. This is a creative, generative process that can not only discover great ideas but create better teamwork. With lots of ideas on the table teams down into fuller, more amazing decisions in our products.

Daily Activities Links:
Tuesday & Wednesday  |  Thursday & Friday  |  Monday & Tuesday  |  Wednesday & Thursday

Level One / First Year Students

Basic Drawing Tools – Hours: 20

 

Purpose:
As children, we generally learn how to copy from photos, but as we make our way into college our subjects become more dimensional. Understanding how to use all the basic tools and learning how to measure will support your overall career goals.

Student Objectives:

After completion of the lecture and the class exercises, the students will develop a grid drawing that shows full understanding of basic measurements, produce greyscale, from 100% white to 100% black, with all of the shapes and lines built up by contrast to a finished a geometric drawing of portfolio level.

 

Theory Tasks:

101 - Identify career paths and occupational requirements within the profession.

103 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.

203 - Use and maintain hand tools safely.

204 - Use, store, and dispose of paints, solvents, and chemicals according to OSHA regulations.

205 - Practice safe cutting procedures.

206 - Practice knowledge of hazard communication law/environmental protection to include SDS.

906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

 

Skill Task:

303- Draw line art.

906- Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

901- Prepare and present a portfolio.

Exploratory Project:

Abstract - Paint

Level One / First Year Students

Basic Drawing Tools – Hours: 20

 

Purpose:
As children, we generally learn how to copy from photos, but as we make our way into college our subjects become more dimensional. Understanding how to use all the basic tools and learning how to measure will support your overall career goals.

Student Objectives:

After completion of the lecture and the class exercises, the students will develop a grid drawing that shows full understanding of basic measurements, produce greyscale, from 100% white to 100% black, with all of the shapes and lines built up by contrast to a finished a geometric drawing of portfolio level.

 

Theory Tasks:

101 - Identify career paths and occupational requirements within the profession.

103 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.

203 - Use and maintain hand tools safely.

204 - Use, store, and dispose of paints, solvents, and chemicals according to OSHA regulations.

205 - Practice safe cutting procedures.

206 - Practice knowledge of hazard communication law/environmental protection to include SDS.

906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

 

Skill Task:

303- Draw line art.

906- Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

901- Prepare and present a portfolio.

Exploratory Project:

Abstract - Paint

Level Two / Second Year Students

Basic Drawing Tools – Hours: 20

 

Purpose:
As children, we generally learn how to copy from photos, but as we make our way into college our subjects become more dimensional. Understanding how to use all the basic tools and learning how to measure will support your overall career goals.

Student Objectives:

After completion of the lecture and the class exercises, the students will develop a grid drawing that shows full understanding of basic measurements, produce greyscale, from 100% white to 100% black, with all of the shapes and lines built up by contrast to a finished a geometric drawing of portfolio level.

 

Theory Tasks:

101 - Identify career paths and occupational requirements within the profession.

103 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.

203 - Use and maintain hand tools safely.

204 - Use, store, and dispose of paints, solvents, and chemicals according to OSHA regulations.

205 - Practice safe cutting procedures.

206 - Practice knowledge of hazard communication law/environmental protection to include SDS.

906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

 

Skill Task:

303- Draw line art.

906- Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

901- Prepare and present a portfolio.

Exploratory Project:

Abstract - Paint

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Level Three / Third Year Students

Basic Drawing Tools – Hours: 20

 

Purpose:
As children, we generally learn how to copy from photos, but as we make our way into college our subjects become more dimensional. Understanding how to use all the basic tools and learning how to measure will support your overall career goals.

Student Objectives:

After completion of the lecture and the class exercises, the students will develop a grid drawing that shows full understanding of basic measurements, produce greyscale, from 100% white to 100% black, with all of the shapes and lines built up by contrast to a finished a geometric drawing of portfolio level.

 

Theory Tasks:

101 - Identify career paths and occupational requirements within the profession.

103 - Demonstrate research, employability, and organizational skills.

203 - Use and maintain hand tools safely.

204 - Use, store, and dispose of paints, solvents, and chemicals according to OSHA regulations.

205 - Practice safe cutting procedures.

206 - Practice knowledge of hazard communication law/environmental protection to include SDS.

906 - Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

 

Skill Task:

303- Draw line art.

906- Participate in critiques of commercial art projects. 

901- Prepare and present a portfolio.

Exploratory Project:

Abstract - Paint

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