ART 205 Graphic Design History

Explores the artists, designers, artifacts, processes, and institutions that shape the continuum of graphic design history. Students may investigate graphic design through hands-on practice, comparison of historical examples to contemporary designers, and interpretation of visual styles through multiple contexts. Students will also examine culturally-determined meanings embedded in art and design production. Emphasis is placed on developing research habits. Throughout the class, students will acquire a set of graphic design reference points to guide and inspire further study and practice of graphic design. This course is repeatable for credit if topics are different.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in ART 106

SEE Certification

Humanities

Offered

Spring

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