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Course Overview

The art of typography is explored from its beginnings to its current use. Typographic evolution will be studied within the framework of world events, architectural development, and art history. Students are introduced to all aspects of typographic designs and layouts through class demonstrations, lectures, and studio work. Emphasis is given to exposure and practice with various grid structures through a variety of projects. Creative thinking is encouraged, along with prescribed techniques and media.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: ART 260

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