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CEA Partner Institution: Santa Reparata International School of Art
Location: Florence, Italy
Primary Subject Area: Drawing
Other Subject Area: Studio Arts
Instruction in: English
Course Code: ART 151 / SART 1102
Course Details: Level 100
Recommended Semester Credits: 3
Contact Hours: 90
Prerequisites: Drawing I. This course is intended for students who have completed their foundation in drawing (such as Drawing I) and who are interested in exploring ways in which drawing is used in contemporary practice. All students will be given assignments and be required to do in class and homework accordingly. This course builds upon the Techniques students learned during their foundation and is meant to bridge theoretical and practical creation of work through the introduction of numerous contemporary art mediums and the student?s exploration of these.
Additional Fee: $80.00
Additional Fee Description:Fees cover site visits and/or supplies. Course fees may vary per session and is approximately 60 Euro. Amount in USD is estimated and is subject to change based on exchange rate.
Required Supplies: During orientation, students will receive a list of textbooks they are required to purchase. Students will be expected to provide their own supplies from a supply list. Instructors will supply the lists during the first week of classes. Students should not purchase any texts and/or supplies before orientation.
This course is designed for foundation level drawing students who have already taken drawing I and are wishing to continue their study of observational drawing. While the emphasis remains on accuracy, clarity, observation and realistic rendering, individual creative solutions are encouraged in this class. Throughout the semester, students will be challenged to find their own creative means to eloquently express their ideas in drawing through various drawing media. Lessons are enhanced by lectures, onsite visits, and slides that include both old master and contemporary works.