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Make this your Creative Summer CCAD DEGREE COURSES FOR THE COMMUNITY SUMMER 2013


DEGREE COURSES FOR THE COMMUNITY

SUMMER 2013 During the summer, CCAD is pleased to open a wide variety of our regular college-level courses to the public. Color your summer with creative exploration in painting, film history, printmaking, fiction writing, illustration, gardening, or garden history—or use our convenient online options to fill in some basic college requirements in writing, biology, and social sciences. Formal enrollment in CCAD is not required to take these classes. All you have to do is »» Survey this booklet to see what we have to offer. »» Make sure you’ve satisfied any prerequisites. »» Complete the registration form. »» Mail your payment with the completed form to: Continuing & Professional Studies Columbus College of Art & Design 60 Cleveland Ave. Columbus OH 43215

TABLE OF CONTENTS Minimester 3 Summer Session I

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Summer Session II

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Full Summer Semester

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Registration Information

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Registration Form

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IMPORTANT DATES

Registration for summer degree courses closes one week prior to the beginning of each class. May 13–24

Minimester courses meet

June 10–August 2 Full-semester courses meet June 10–July 8 Summer Session I courses meet July 4–5 Independence Day break (no classes) July 8–August 2 Summer Session II courses meet

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Minimester

Minimester courses meet May 13–24 (unless otherwise noted) and cost $1,860. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies. FA2134.72, FA3134.72, FA4134.72

OIL PAINTING

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Focuses on accurate observational oil painting from the nude and clothed model both in isolation and within an environment. Chroma and value; use of light to create naturalistic space; effective and thoughtful compositional strategies; and a variety of approaches to execution will all be explored as means of communicating content. Suitable for multiple levels of student experience; more advanced students will be expected to pursue additional student-created homework projects and meet higher expectations regarding risk-taking, research, and technical skill. Prerequisite: Painting & Color Theory Instructor: J. Kortlander

LA329.72

HISTORY OF DOCUMENTARY CINEMA

Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Presents a comparative overview of the evolution of the nonfiction film within broader historical, functional, social and ethical contexts. Examines the use of cinematic conventions and how to interpret and understand this genre. Viewings, readings, exams, essays and class discussions serve to develop students’ ability to critically view documentary films and to pursue and present relevant research. Instructor: R. Saks LA490A.72

WRITING FICTION

Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Focuses on the art of writing stories, examining the ways literary strategies and sentence structure make language into something artful—including the craft and techniques of the most accomplished stories. With a combination of writing exercises and in-class workshops, students complete a number of smaller narrative assignments and some full-length stories. Instructor: A. Kartsonis

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Summer Session I

Summer Session I courses meet June 10–July 8 and cost $1,860 unless otherwise noted. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies. FA2112.01, FA3112.01, FA4112.01

LA395.01

Monday–Friday, 1–5 p.m.

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 8 a.m.–noon

WATERCOLOR PAINTING

Introduces the transparent medium of watercolor. Techniques such as wet-into-wet, glazing, and flat washes are demonstrated and practiced through observational painting from still life and models. Abstract and expressive goals are also explored. Suitable for multiple levels of student experience: intermediate-level students will explore a wider interpretation of the watercolor medium using transparent, gouache, and mixed media approaches, with an emphasis on experimental approaches in pursuit of focused personal goals. Advanced-level students will design their own series of projects and research to produce a creatively, conceptually, and technically accomplished group of paintings. Instructor: C. Griffith LA190.01

WRITING AND THE ARTS

e-Learning

Designed to meet the unique needs of art students to express themselves; to analyze experience, art, and culture; and to communicate effectively. Students begin with the search for a subject and voice and end facing the traditional obligations of good prose: a precision and clarity of style reflecting coherent, ordered thought. This course is conducted online. Instructor: J. Butts

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FILM AND LITERATURE

Compares and contrasts literary texts and films as storytelling media, examining their shared ways of communicating as well as techniques unique to each medium. Students read selected short stories, essays, novels, poems, plays, and graphic novels from various countries and periods and watch films from various countries and decades for discussion and the writing of critical essays and examinations. Instructor: L. Jenike PH2012.01

PHOTOGRAPHY I

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

Covers the fundamental technical and aesthetic issues of photography: the fundamentals of camera vision, darkroom practices, and creative photographic problem solving through 35mm black and white photography. Students are expected to understand basic black and white photography and are encouraged to explore and expand the range of their own personal vision. Through lectures, lab work, and private and group critiques, student learn how to use photographic media as powerful communication and artistic tools. Instructor: TBA ($1,995)

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Summer Session II

Summer Session II courses meet July 8–August 2; costs are noted below. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies. FA2212S.01

PH2034.01

Monday–Friday, 1–5 p.m.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

PRINTMAKING: SILKSCREEN

Introduces the practices and techniques of serigraphy (the artistic application of screen printing), including reduction printing, photo processes, drawing fluid, mono-prints, multiple stencils, and screen building. Encourages the development of technique alongside the development of personal imagery. Fine papers and water-based inks are used in conjunction with various types of stencils in a polyester stretched screen to produce multiple color images and editions. Students also learn to effectively and safely operate print equipment, while observing health and safety guidelines for the use of lab facilities, in order to produce successful aesthetic and technical results. Instructor: K. McGhee ($2,020)

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PHOTOGRAPHY II

A sequel to Photography I. Focuses on the ways technology influences and is adapted by artists. Addresses the aesthetic potential of the computer and camera, sometimes integrating the two mediums. Assignments explore the development of imagery using both technologies. Both technical and conceptual ideas are examined through demonstrations, discussions, and historical material. Instructor: TBA ($1,995)

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Full Summer Semester

Full Summer Semester courses meet June 10–August 2 and cost $1,860 unless otherwise noted. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies. IL2271.01

LA258.01

Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30–6:20 p.m.

e-Learning

COMMERCIAL FIGURE DRAWING HUMAN ANATOMY

Focuses on figure drawing for the commercial artist, emphasizing idealization of form and understanding clues to characterization. Instructor: W. King ($1,935) LA190.01

WRITING AND THE ARTS

e-Learning

Designed to meet the unique needs of art students to express themselves; to analyze experience, art, and culture; and to communicate effectively. Students begin with the search for a subject and voice and end facing the traditional obligations of good prose: a precision and clarity of style reflecting coherent, ordered thought. This course is conducted online. Instructor: J. Butts

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Examines basic biological principles through anatomical and physiological discussions of the human body: our anatomy, how it works, and what goes wrong. Laboratory work includes dissection of sheep hearts, eyes, and brains to illustrate course material. Helps students become better artists and better owners of their physical selves. This course is conducted online. Instructor: J. Posey LA274.01

INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY

e-Learning

Examines all aspects of how people have lived in all places, throughout all time; considers religion, gender, racial construction, conflict, human history, and how all of these topics relate to the environment around us. The emphasis on how diverse humans are and how we create, convey and interpret meaning relates to students’ understanding of themselves as artists, informs the work they create, and explores how audiences will receive that work. Includes study of what happens when cultures come in contact with each other in our ever-more-globalized world. This course is conducted online. Instructor: E. Christner

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LA275.01

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

e-Learning

Presents the scientific study of human social behavior and society, including the scientific method, the family, education, religion, culture, socialization, government, gender role development, deviance and social control, social stratification, minority group issues, and social change. Attention is given to social dynamics and issues among artists and designers. This course is conducted online. Instructor: P. Malackany LA323.01

HISTORY OF DESIGN

e-Learning

LA434.01

DESIGN HISTORY: TOP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Reviews the history of gardens and their development, including their formal qualities, purposes, furniture, and art; the various types of gardens; the role of famous gardens such as Versailles and Giverny; and the development of public parks. Also discusses the importance of health and hygiene and how the garden “grew” into the home through conservatories and sunrooms. Important landscape architects will be reviewed. Includes field trips to Kelton House, the topiary gardens, and Stan Hywet Hall. Instructor: C. Cesare

An integrated history of design from about 1700 to the present, including consideration of design styles and principles in such diverse forms as furniture, fashion, graphic design, illustration, advertising design, and industrial and interior design with an emphasis on how the design professions function in relation to political, economic, and social history. This course is conducted online. Prerequisite: LA134 Instructor: J. Kraft

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Frequently Asked Questions Where is CCAD located?

CCAD’s 14-building campus occupies nine acres in downtown Columbus’s Discovery District, northwest of the I-71 and Broad Street intersection.

Is parking available on CCAD’s campus?

Yes, parking is available in lighted lots adjacent to CCAD campus buildings. Parking is free in designated CCAD lots during the summer.

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What if I am interested in earning a bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degree? New degree-seeking students must contact the Admissions Office at 614.222.3261.

How can I find out about events and exhibitions at CCAD?

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Registration Online registration is not available for degree courses; please download a form at www.ccad.edu/ce/registration-info »» The last day to register is one week prior to the start of a program. »» The college reserves the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment or to change times or instructors without notice. »» Questions? Email continuinged@ccad.edu or call 614.222.3248.

For Fall and Spring Semesters, students are charged: »» During the first and second weeks, 10% of all tuition »» During the third and fourth weeks, 40% of all tuition and 100% of lab fees »» During the fifth week, 80% of all tuition and 100% of lab fees »» No refunds after the fifth week

FEES

For Summer Full Semester, students are charged:

Payment-in-full is required upon registration. Partial payments are not accepted.

»» During the first week, 40% of all tuition and lab fees

DEGREE COURSE REFUND POLICY

»» During the second week, 60% of all tuition and lab fees

CCAD does not have an automatic withdrawal policy for nonattendance. Nonattendance and/ or nonpayment of fees do not constitute official withdrawal from the college or from a class. To withdraw from a class prior to the start of the semester, students must send a letter to the registrar stating their intent. After the start of classes, students must complete an official withdrawal form at the One-Stop Student Services office.

»» No refunds after the second week

Withdrawal from a degree course incurs a fee based on how many weeks the student has been registered in the course.

»» No refunds after the second day of classes

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For Minimester and Summer Sessions I and II, students are charged: »» For withdrawal on the first day of classes, 40% of tuition and 100% of lab fees »» For withdrawal on the second day of classes, 60% of tuition and 100% of lab fees

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