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:
When you return from break next week make sure to replenish your art kits of materials you have used up during A block. In addition the faculty have asked that:
A Group bring:
–Please see the attached list from Professors Green and Gill’s class
-Magazines, at least 3, they should be magazines that contain text and images. Ie, Vogue, National Geographic, New Yorker etc..
B Group bring:
-A digital camera ( if you have one) that is not a cell phone
-a pair of good walking shoes. i.e hiking boots, rubber boots, etc
-appropriate clothing for being outside for extended periods of time as you will be taking a series of long walks
-large utility brush at least 3 –5 inches wide
-10 plastic cups
When we return from B Block you will be staying in the same groups as you were in during A Block. The main difference is that you will be switching classes with the other group. A Group will be taking the Studio:Make class with Professors Green and Gill on Monday and Tuesday while on Thursday and Friday they will be taking the Drawing:Experimentation class with Professors Morgan and Bennett. B Group will be meeting with Professors To and Vajda for Drawing:Observation on Monday and Tuesday and on Thursday and Friday will be taking the Studio:Research class with Professors Hunter and Hargrave.
When we return from break on Wednesday Oct. 16th we will be meeting in the Cohen Studio at 9 am for an activity presented by the Graphic Design area.
Have a great break!
-Angie, Katie and Ted
Here are a few photos from our session last Wednesday. We have tons more photos on our Flickr, so check them out as well. And if you’re dying to do more Jane Fonda workouts and drawings, they’re available on Youtube here.
Below is information regarding Which class group you have been assigned to for the remainder of the semester, Where your class meets tomorrow morning and What to bring to class. As always class begins promptly at 8am.
At the bottom of this post are two lists one labeled A Group and the other is labelled B Group. Please find your name and note the following:
A Group: Meets on the main floor of the Cohen Studio for the Drawing: Observation class with Profs. Angie To and Kathy Vajda Please bring your drawing boards, charcoal and kneaded erasers. ** Cohen studio is located behind the Cohen Gallery off of main street.
B Group: Meets in the Harder Hall Studio for Studio:Make with Profs. Jason Green and John Gill. Please bring all items except for paint from the emailed list.
A and B group lists. Click the link to open and view the lists.
Hello, you’ve reached the Division of Foundations at Alfred University, New York College of Ceramics, School of Art + Design, in Alfred, New York.
Here you can find info about happenings, classes, and visitors, as well as practical info for new students such as how to register, graduation expectations, and guides to technology and tools. There is also a link to the Foundations Flickr page, where you can get a peek at the 2013 Foundations Exhibition and student work!
A special welcome to our newly accepted students! You will join over 120 other bright young artists as they begin their educational journeys at AU’s School of Art + Design! Before you arrive on campus, you’ll need to take care of a number of things. The Alfred Foundation Blog will walk you through your first steps! Take some time and read the blog starting with the titles under ‘Getting Started’ (over there -> in the right column). For questions, email Shelly Grant at email@example.com in the School of Art + Design Office.
Check back often, as it is always changing!
Have a good summer.
Angie To and Ted Morgan
1. Did you register?
2. Do you have at least 12 credits and not more than 18?
3. Did you sign up for at least one Art History AND an Art History Lab for each section? (Also make sure that you are not taking more than ONE during the same block!)
4. Do you know what writing course you should take? (If not, see the registration post to learn how your test scores help determine this.)
5. Did you get all your technology, materials, and book?
Check over your schedule! It’s important to have this all finished before you arrive.
See you soon!
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