This subject extends students perceptions and understanding of the multi-disciplined nature of current image making practice using traditional and contemporary analogue and digital processes. Drawing to Design is the core of visual thinking that any designer or artist must have to be adaptable and flexible in their individual image development approaches across a variety of contexts. Students will acquire perceptual and observational drawing and image making skills to manage and extend a diversity of inventive and expressive visual problem solving responses. This subject is intended to challenge students approaches to drawing and image making as well as the ideas that are explored through drawing.
School of Communication and Creative Industries
Not available to students who have successfully completed ART230 or SLV215 OR TXT205
ART230, SLV215, TXT205
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