Art

Session I  (June 2 - June 27)

 

ARTS 108 - Photo I: Introduction to Photography

Betsy Seder, Visiting Lecturer Art Department

Photo I is an introduction to the foundations of photography. Technical skills will be learned through camera work, lighting and traditional darkroom practices. Conceptual, aesthetic, and critical skills essential to understanding photography's broader role in contemporary art and society will be learned through assignments, readings, discussions, lectures, gallery visits, and group critiques.

Time:  M.T,Th  9:00am - 1:00pm

Location: JAC 462

Credit: 1.0 unit (4 sem. hrs.)

Tuition: $2,375

Lab Fee:  $135

Registration Fee: $50 (non-refundable)

 

ARTS 221 - Digital Imaging

Betsy Seder, Visiting Lecturer Art Department

Introduction to artistic production through electronic imaging, manipulation and output. Emphasis on expression, continuity, and sequential structuring of visuals through the integration of image, type and motion. Image output for print, screen, and adaptive surfaces are explored in conjunction with production techniques of image capture, lighting and processing. Lectures and screenings of historic and contemporary uses of technology for artistic and social application of electronic imaging.

 

Prerequisite: ARTS 108 / CAMS 138 or ARTS 109 or permission of the instructor                                                    

Time:  M,T,Th 2:00 - 6:00pm

Location: JAC 247

Credit: 1.0 unit (4 sem. hrs.)

Tuition: $2,375

Lab Fee:  $135

Registration Fee: $50 (non-refundable)

 

 

Session II  (June 30 - July 25)

 

ARTS 105 - Drawing 101

Candice Ivy, Visiting Lecturer Art Department

A foundational course in observational drawing with attention to the articulation of line, shape, form, gesture, perspective, and value. Studio work introduces a range of traditional drawing tools and observational methods while exploring a variety of approaches to image making and visual expression. In-class drawing exercises and weekly homework assignments address a range of subjects with brief attention given to the human figure. Recommended for all students considering majors in the visual arts. Required for all studio art and architecture majors.A foundational course in observational drawing with attention to the articulation of line, shape, form, gesture, perspective, and value. Studio work introduces a range of traditional drawing tools and observational methods while exploring a variety of approaches to image making and visual expression. In-class drawing exercises and weekly homework assignments address a range of subjects with brief attention given to the human figure. Recommended for all students considering majors in the visual arts. Required for all studio art and architecture majors.

Time:  M,T,W 2:00-6:00pm

Location: PNW 310

Credit: 1.0 unit (4 sem. hrs.)

Tuition: $2,375  plus students will need to purchase art supplies.

Registration Fee: $50 (non-refundable)

 


 

Contact Us

Summer Session
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
 

Corinne Frazer
Director
cfrazer@wellesley.edu
Tel: 781.283.2200


Sandra Poitras
Assistant
spoitras@wellesley.edu
Tel: 781.283.2756