THIS LIST AND ASSIGNMENT IS FOR BOTH makeLAB SECTIONS
Professors John Gill and Jason Green
FOR THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS: Bring 10 high quality color prints of paintings from history. You need to print the image, rather than just saving images on your laptop. For the best color reproduction, print the images on glossy paper.Try to find paintings you think show DEPTH. The images should clear and be as large as you can find, 8.5×11 would be ideal. Spend some time looking at and finding paintings by different artists, from different time periods and from different art movements.
Along with your 10 Printed Images, also bring the following tools and materials to the first class meeting: Continue reading
seeLAB is designed to expand upon the drawing experience in the fall semester which introduced students to basic observational and alternative drawing languages.
fuseLAB explores ways of considering design, communication and surface through exploration of the world around us whether it be the natural world or the built environment.
makeLAB is designed to further strategies associated with the process of developing objects. This course is intended to develop a student’s knowledge of hand skills and craftsmanship through concept and material investigation, the use of tools and a consideration of three dimensional space.
coLAB provides an integrated art-making experience that builds on the research methods introduced in the fall. The emphasis will be on helping students translate their explorations into appropriate art forms that best communicate their concepts. Projects may be designed to explore the use of context in art-making and may facilitate engagement with physical and thematic communities. Opportunities for collaboration and dialogue about co-production is encouraged in this course.
Please keep in mind that you must pass ALL four LABS to pass Foundations.
Jason Green and John Gill will be teaching the 2 sections of makeLAB this spring. Below is an email from them concerning your materials! (please click to read ALL of it.)
THIS LIST AND ASSIGNMENT IS FOR BOTH MAKE:LAB SECTIONS
Professors John Gill and Jason Green Continue reading
When you return to Alfred, you will be taking four new studios called: seeLAB, makeLAB, fuseLAB, and coLAB. Each will require different materials and it’s best to pick those up before coming to Alfred. Faculty will be asking that I post the required materials here in the next few weeks. So please check back!