Design: Principles Understanding Colour I
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ART FUNDAMENTALS

Design: Elements (FNDT111-36)

This course covers the basic elements of design such as line, value, shape/volume, texture, illusion of space and illusion of motion. Elements are the components used to create the principles of design such as balance, harmony, unity, rhythm, variety, emphasis, contrast and proportion. Assignments are given in conjunction with a visual presentation of the subject matter. Students assemble a reference book with emphasis on developing an understanding of how the elements of design can be used in a two or three-dimensional composition.
Fridays 2pm - 5pm, Jan 18 - Apr 12, 2019
Xane St Phillip
Tuition: $383.00 (36 hrs)
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Understanding Colour I (FNDT121-36)

Understanding Colour I is an overview of basic colour theory and gives artists a practical working knowledge of colour, applicable to any field of visual art including painting, graphic design, interior design and even photography. The aim of this course is to prompt artists to be mindful of the endless complexity and diversity available through an awareness of colour. The colour theory and applied methodology learned can be put to immediate use. Students assemble a reference book with emphasis on developing an understanding of how colour theory can be applied and add interest to their work and the world around them.
Fridays 2pm - 5pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2018
Xane St Phillip
Tuition: $383.00 (36 hrs)
Material fee: $20 photocopy fee for the workbook
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