Click here to find a schedule for reviews next week. Remember you’re only required to be there for your review. Arrive 15 minutes early to set up your work in your designated space. Please bring the following work for your final reviews on Monday – Wednesday:
MakeLAB with Jason
- Final Project + one other project from class
MakeLAB with Dawn + John
- Final project or documentation of the final work
- Semaphore Flag
- Their computer to show blog and other projects
SeeLAB with Scott and Kathy
- Camera Obscura Drawings
- First Digital Composite Print (1 Object)
- White Object Still Life Drawing
- 2nd Digital Composite Print (2 Spaces)
SeeLAB with Ted
- 4 Black Compositions
- Final Color Grids
FuseLAB with Patrick
- Cut Up Painting
- Hands Free Painting
- Paintless Painting
FuseLAB with Angie and Andrew
- Digital Prints
Several things will be different in both the structure and the content of Foundations in the spring semester. Firstly I have re-assigned groups. There are 4 groups of approx. 25 students; they are called A, B, C and D Groups. Each group will be engaged in a series of 4 half semester workshop classes called LABs. The LABs continue and expand upon concepts that were introduced in the fall semester.
The first week back from break the whole class will be involved in a group activity you will be engaged in a bookmaking workshop that involves library research and the compilation of images and text. Click here to find a series of worksheets that will help you to gather information and materials for the workshop. We will meet in the Harder Hall studio at 8 am on Tuesday, January 21st please bring a notebook and your completed homework to class that day.
Click here to see a list of groups for Spring and here to find out 2014 Spring schedule. Click here to see the MAKE_student_materials_spring_2014 and the rest of the Spring 2014 Materials Lists. This is a list of what you will need to bring back to campus.
Safe travels back to campus! Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Katie, Angie, and Ted
Below is the list of materials required for final reviews. Documentation for projects may be submitted as 8 x 10 color photographs or as images on your laptop. NO images on phones. You may bring your own lap top or use the ones provided in the studio.
• Weekend Landscape
• Night Drawing
• Inkwash Collage
• Final Foam Letter Still Life
• Final Portrait Project
• Paper Mache Sculpture ( bring in actual project or documentation)
• Documentation of Final Project
Please click here to see your review time: Final Fall 2013.
Make a note of the day, time and number location of your final review — all reviews will take place in the Cohen Studio. Before coming back from break assemble all of the required work and make sure that drawings are finished and clean and that your documentation is done. Remember that we will not be holding classes as usual and that your only responsibility is to show up for your final review during the week of Dec. 2nd. Please arrange to arrive at the studio 15 mins before your review so that you have time to set up your work and be ready when your review time begins. Remember, also, that missed reviews will not be rescheduled and that missed reviews will result in a lowering of your final semester grade.
All artwork and materials must be removed (unless you have made prior arrangments with your faculty) from both the Harder Hall and Cohen Studios by 6pm tomorrow evening. Anything left over will be discarded. Foundations is officially over for the semester at 11:00 am on Thursday December 5th. Please be aware of the final exam schedules for all of your other academic classes.
Here is the completed video that we made in class. Thanks for participating! Soundtrack by Sun Ra.
Here is the Eye-Heart_Milani Catalog for the exhibition that Judy mentioned when she visited our class Wednesday. Be sure to check it out! If you would like to learn more about humanitarian design, check out this video: