While the focus of this studio is on drawing, a variety of associated concepts, techniques and media will be explored to provide an overview of 2D practices from a diversity of cultural perspectives. The course integrates the use of a variety of traditional and contemporary mark-making tools, mediums and surfaces, with an emphasis on experimentation. Line, form, composition, scale, pattern and texture in relation to overall design will be explored. Sketchbooks, life drawing,class work and assignments will promote the development of individual creative processes and will be reinforced through experimentation regarding concept, content, and style.
Fulltime studies require admission to Yukon College’s Arts and Science Division and SOVA Foundation Year. Part-time students may be admitted upon available space and after consultation with Instructor.
Equivalency & Transferability
This course is accredited by Yukon College. Transfer agreements are in place with Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Alberta College of Art and Design , the Ontario College of Art and Design University, the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design University, Thompson Rivers University, and the University of the Fraser Valley.