This one-half semester course introduces color in subtractive synthesis (pigment). This course explores color theory, perception, and application, through a series of three fundamental color investigations offering opportunities for multiple compositional solutions and the development of material skills. In tandem with its companion course, Digital Color, students pursue a personal color sensibility, in preparation for any art or design field. Course structure consists of introductory concept lectures, technical instruction, studio time with guidance, and group critique of finished assignments. Offered fall.
Scott Richardson, a 1991 CIA grad and long-time faculty member, is building his brand-focused interior design firm with the help of six CIA graduates.
Associate Professor/Chair of Interior Architecture
Associate Professor Michael Gollini is the chair of the Interior Architecture Department and an independent de...more
While at CIA, you'll learn from the masters through our rigorous, world-class curriculum and connect with working professionals to begin your career.