Title of Course
Home Department for Course
School of Art and Design
This course addresses the development of visual literacy including concepting, initial approaches of creating an encompassing aesthetic, creating timelines for production, and exploring the refining aspects of creative production. Students will devise an advanced creative problem and provide a documented account of their creative journey to present as a process journal at the end of the course.
There are five projects delivered in Learning Modules that make up the priority work to be completed for success in the course. Students explore creating a pitch-book for animation and creating concept art for this course. Projects have parameters that are delineated in each learning module for optimal outcome. Projects are visual in nature and serve to be assets and work in tandem with the ART 7000 Thesis: Systemic Inquiry or ART 7050: Project Systemic Inquiry in a final exiting portfolio from the graduate program.
Evaluation Instrument used for Course Review and Approval
D2L reviewed by Ashley Moore and Robert Swift with Digital Learning Innovations
D2L Course Code/Course Offering
KSU Status/Last Review Date
Art and Materials Conservation Commons, Art Practice Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Game Design Commons, Illustration Commons, Interactive Arts Commons, Interdisciplinary Arts and Media Commons, Painting Commons, Sculpture Commons