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Studio Classes in Professional Development - Summer

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
CSGD 256 Adobe InDesign 1: From Print to Interactive 1.5 credits Patricia Moore $630

Section A Meets 5/27/2015 to 7/29/2015 on Wednesday from 6:00 PM to 9:45 PM.

This introductory course examines the capabilities of this popular document and design program, covering how to create designs for print and cross media publishing. Students will create brochures, business cards, and promotional materials for both print and web through assignments in class with critique and homework. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience and typing skills. Note: Students should bring a USB flash drive to transport their works to and from class. No class October 19.
CSGD 306 Illustrator 1 1.5 credits Kenneth Morgan $630

Section A Meets 5/28/2015 to 7/30/2015 on Thursday from 6:00 PM to 9:45 PM.

This course will introduce students to the vector-based application widely used by professionals today in illustration, graphic design, technical drawing, animation, and motion graphics. Students will work on projects in class and at home utilizing specific techniques to create custom typography, logos, illustrations, and more. Prerequisite: working knowledge of Apple computers. Students are required to bring a zip drive to class. No class on November 26.
ED5539 Fine Arts Studio for K-12 Art Educators 3 credits Rebecca Belleville $1845

Section A Meets 7/13/2015 to 7/24/2015 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Art educators are invited to spend two weeks creating artwork generated through prompts, themes, and contemporary art practices. Participants will share a studio in the Lazarus Graduate Center, and develop unit and lesson plans inspired by their art-making practice in order to return to the classroom with new ideas, insights, and inspiration to enrich their teaching. Educators who want to continue the dialogue about how these ideas transfer to the classroom are invited to enroll in a follow-up course in the fall for three more credits. Educators will explore how the work from the summer can transform students, open the possibilities of what and how students learn in art, and suggest new ways for assessing student growth and learning in the art classroom.