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Ceramics, Fiber, and Sculpture Courses - Summer

Ceramics, Fiber, and Sculpture Courses - Summer

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
CSFB 220 Digital Textile Printing Workshop 1 credit Kendra Hebel $530

Section A Meets 5/20/2016 to 6/24/2016 on Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Section A Meets 5/20/2016 to 6/24/2016 on Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

This workshop covers the basics of repeat pattern design on Adobe software as well as a brief history of digital textile printing. Students create their own designs, learn how to prepare files for printing, learn finishing techniques for digitally printed fabric, and document the end result. Prerequisite: FF 210 Electronic Media and Culture or must have a basic understanding of how to use Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.
CSSC 230 Environmental Sculpture with "Nature Art in the Park" 1.5 credits Ashley Kidner $630

Section A Meets 5/14/2016 to 6/25/2016 on Saturday from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM.

This hands-on outdoor installation and sculpture course focuses on the natural world, our relationship to it and the possibilities of acting as co-creators within it. We will participate in site specific art-making activities and installations in Baltimore's verdant urban wilderness, Leakin Park, and other outdoor locales. In the classroom and the field we will discuss and work with different natural materials, process and ideas as we work toward the realization of individual and group creations as part of the "Nature Art in the Park" program. Instructor: Ashley Kidner has run his own landscaping company for the last 26 years working mainly in stone, water and native plants, while also creating a number of Earth Art projects in and around Baltimore. Ashley currently has installations in Lake Roland Park as part of the “Art on the Trail” exhibition and has two works for “Nature Art in the Park.”
IS 321 Introduction to Rhino CAD 3 credits Ryan McKibbin $1590

Section A Meets 5/24/2016 to 6/23/2016 on Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM.

Rhino CAD For 3D Printing is an introductory level course that will cover basic modeling in Rhino CAD (Computer Aided Design). Students will learn multiple ways to create an object in digital space through techniques like extrusion, Booleon functions, joining, bending, lofting, and checking for naked edges. Each student will be equipped with enough basic knowledge to continue using Rhino CAD as both a design tool and as a method of creating three-dimensional objects. Prerequisite: FF 101 (Sculptural Forms).