- Date & Time
Monday, June 04, 2018 12:00am — through
Friday, June 22, 2018 12:00am
Our senses process a multitude of data from our environment, which we can interpret in many ways. Drawing is one way to process such data and to communicate a sense of place without using words. By changing a line from hard to soft we might communicate something delicate or sun washed. Focusing on a few colors you could invoke a time of day or a place. This course takes students from the studio into the environment as it introduces historical and contemporary concepts and techniques of two-dimensional art practices. Students will be introduced to a range of media, including drawing, collage, watercolor, and acrylic painting, as they travel around campus to create individual and collaborative projects. Field trips and slide talks will explore historic approaches to landscape and place. The emphasis will be placed on formal and conceptual approaches as we move from drawing outside, using the drawings to create a visual vocabulary of marks and shapes, and exploring how color can communicate place. No prior painting experience needed.
Taught by Logan Marconi, MFA UF
Friday, February 9, 2018
Application processing begins
Friday, April 27, 2018
Friday, May 25, 2018
Payment-in-full due date
Application fee $50
Supplies (all class materials provided) $200
Registration Fee* $1240
Program Cost: $1490
*Full and Partial scholarships available to students with financial need
or MAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:
101 Fine Arts Building C
PO Box 115800
Gainesville FL 32611-5800
About the Pre-College Program
Our Pre-College Program is run by faculty who also teach in our degree programs. Our graduate students assist the faculty to create a robust and exciting classroom environment. The classes are held in our campus studios but also include field trips to other university resources. Come grow your portfolio and experience the best of art school life and university life during our three-week summer program.
Email email@example.com with any questions, or call (352) 273-3047.
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