Geovanna Gonzalez models a drawn wardrobe.
Michelle Lange ('14)
Robert Moore ('15) draws with plastic.
A neon drawing by Kour Pour ('10)
Jeanny Sandoval ('10) creates a meditative scroll.
Flora Kao's ('08) intense pen drawing
An unusual figure study
A Post-modern odalisque
Arien Valizadeh ('10) channels a Pop sensibility.
The Drawing Emphasis is created by a structured series of courses in Fine Arts as well as available courses in other programs at the college. Students explore how mark-making can be a powerful tool for communicating ideas. Material choices range from the traditional (graphite, charcoal and ink) to the conceptual (mud, oil, thread, marker and more).
Fine Arts Department:
DRWG204 Introduction to Experimental Drawing
DRWG320 Experimental Drawing Projects
Communication Arts and Illustratration:
COMD214/215 Drawing + Painting Studio I/II
ILUS310/311 Drawing and Painting for Illustration
DGMD 230 Drawing the Fantastic: The Creative Figure
DGMD231 Drawing the Fantastic for Films and Video
DGMD312 Drawing and Painting Topics
DGMD337 Drawing Animals for Films, TV, and Games
DGMD345 Drawing for Feature Films
TOYD220-421 Drawing I-VI