Art (Visual Literacy)

Name Title Credits School
ARTV 110 Introduction to Visual Literacy 3 College of Arts & Sciences
The investigation, interpretation and practice of communicating information and emotions is explored via visual imagery. Using the language of 2D and 3D composition, students are introduced to design fundamentals that emphasize the relationships between line, mass and form in organizing the elements that create statements within the frame. Exercises will be assigned utilizing a wide variety of media. Topics include: the meaning of images in a cultural context; misrepresentation and subliminal messaging in visualization; application of color theory; uses of photography and typography; internet site and page design.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 1-3-3