All Online Adult Art and Design Classes

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Feb 22 - Apr 1
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Grant Writing for Artists will begin to build your professional materials for applying to grants and other art-related opportunities. The course will look at the specifics of requests for proposal; including how to review all aspects of a given application process and guidelines provided by the organization leading the call for proposals. The individual artist voice is critical to this process; the artist/student will be expected to make initial project narratives, artist statements and proposal drafts intended for a particular opportunity.

Online - Asynchronous
Mar 16 - Apr 22
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This class introduces individuals with little or no design background to the graphic design practice. Students work both on and off the computer to complete assignments that explore basic 2D communication principles integrating color, shape, texture, typography, and photography to build a visual language. Essential skills in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator that support the task of each assignment will be taught through weekly tutorials.

Online - Asynchronous
Feb 22 - May 10
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Enter the world of infographics. Learn what kind of graph to use in which scenario and how to present information in a way that is relevant for consumers. Students will learn about the growing field of information design. By the end of the course, you will have created your own infographic on a topic of your choice. / Open to students ages 18 and above. / Open to students ages 18 and above.

Online - Asynchronous
Apr 4 - May 10
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In this course, students learn how to apply style to HTML using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students will create well crafted web pages using various CSS selectors and properties, including fonts, colors, divs and spans, layout, and positioning. This five week online course is a blend of tutorials, readings, development projects, and online discussion. The class is geared toward the beginning to intermediate web developer or designer; students are assumed to have a strong fluency with HTML.

Online - Asynchronous
Feb 22 - Apr 1
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In this course, students expand on their understanding of HTML and CSS, laying a foundation for more advanced development work. Students will explore advanced topics, such as: CSS frameworks, emerging web standards, client and server side scripting, mobile development, development tools, and more. Students complete a large development project for their portfolio. / Open to students ages 18 and above.

Online - Asynchronous
Apr 4 - May 10
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Economic, environmental, and ethical crises present leaders with new and complex challenges. Effective, resilient, and agile leaders employ a diversity of skills, experience, and resources to respond to humanity's greatest challenges with creative, innovative, and humane solutions. Students build their capacities to become creative leaders and to work constructively as part of dynamic and collaborative teams through the integration of an ecological perspective for their work, organizations, communities, and the planet. / Open to students ages 18 and above.

Online - Asynchronous
Jan 19 - May 10
Online - Asynchronous
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This course covers the entire process of coloring a comic book, from color design to print, using a computer. The goal of the course is to gain a working knowledge of a variety of techniques in order to complete a project from ideation to the final state. Topics covered include: scanning artwork, use of color as a storytelling tool, CMYK vs.

Online - Asynchronous
Jan 19 - May 10
Online - Asynchronous
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In this course, students learn the fundamentals of marketing and how it relates to the design and development process. Students connect the marketing concepts learned in previous courses to the larger concepts of marketing and advertising as a whole. Interactive channels open a new world of connecting with a target market. Marketing concepts of ROI, the marketing mix, and business objectives are blended with new ways of connecting with engaging target markets. In their final project, students apply skills learned throughout the course by building an interactive marketing plan.

Online - Asynchronous
Jan 19 - May 10
Online - Asynchronous
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In this course students investigate the most essential aspects of human anatomy pertinent to the artist. The course progresses from examining anatomical artworks in art history to researching current anatomical references as a basis for image exploration. The importance of accurately depicting the human form is stressed through technical studies of skeletal and muscular structures in a sketchbook format.

Online - Asynchronous
Jan 19 - May 10
Online - Asynchronous
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