Line: Information Visualization
Course No. BMA 260 Credits: 3.0
Faculty David Schumick
This course serves as a comprehensive investigation of line to communicate simplistic to complex informational systems. Both traditional forms of media (graphite, pen/ink, charcoal pencil etc..) and digital forms of line (vector ink, vector paint, and raster ink, raster paint) will be utilized to explore subjects in plant science, animal science, general biology and micro and macro processes and human systems. From gesture, quick sketching in line, preliminary line concepts, to sequential narrative in line, and fully rendered line projects; will be central outcomes in the course. All non-majors are encouraged to enroll; the course is specifically design as course support for Illustration, Drawing, and Animation majors. The subject matter for non-majors will NOT be science based but editorial, experimental, and sequential narrative. Offered fall.
CIA faculty members created an app that teaches sick children how to manage their pain.
Beth received her BFA and MFA in Medical Illustration from The Cleveland Institute of Art, where she was the f...more
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