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Look at some of the most talked about new buildings in all corners of the city and see how fantastic new architecture is changing New York’s cityscape.
This 90-min seminar will delve a little into color theory. Naturally, we'll be discussing hue, saturation, the color wheel, and the pairing of complimentary colors, among other things.
Students attending this class will have a chance to work in a darkroom.
For people mystified by the writing process, artists and scientists looking to deepen their practice, or those frustrated by the shallow insights of the information age, this session will help students develop a skill for making interesting discoveries in the world around us.
Students will develop the ability to view and critique art, and in the process, students will learn how to create a portfolio from the point of view of a dealer, including materials, cover letters, and content statements.
An experiment in contemporary ornamentation, Not Nouveau will be both a discussion and a studio for investigating ornamentation in contemporary art and culture.
Join artist Michael Mandiberg for an exploration of appropriation, collage, and found art from an artist's perspective. Mandiberg leads a series of conversations on the theory and practice of appropriation, charting a path through MoMA's Robert Heinecken and Sigmar Polke exhibitions. Conversation will also touch on key works from MoMA's collection to establish a terra
In this session we will focus on various methods and materials that will help us to build a visual vocabulary. We will investigate source material and how to translate it using this new vocabulary. We can work with varying techniques such as drawing, painting, color, ink and collage.
Students learn to develop focusing the camera to explore identity, psyche, and the human condition.
Learn about artists' techniques, what motivated their color choices, and how the colors they chose create a variety of moods.
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Learn the fundamentals of color theory through fun exercises inspired by Joseph Albers' "Interaction of Color."
Learn how the psychology of color is a provocative and powerful influence in purchasing choices and get insight into how color psychology determines consumer emotions, behavior, thinking, and even health.
Students learn to examine the photographs of such visual poets as Garry Winogrand, Eugène Atget, Saul Leiter, Susan Worsham, Jem Southem, and Cig Harvey and mine them for their metaphorical meaning.
This workshop will help you develop unique color combinations in your own individual projects.
Students will learn the fundamentals of color theory through fun exercises inspired by Joseph Albers' "Interaction of Color."
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