course reflection

Murnieks

 
 

The culmination of work from projects, drawing, exercises and vocabulary is collected in the final course documentation. It’s a chance to reflect and write about a furiously paced nine weeks. The assignment stresses organization and layout, but the document also requires attention to typography, photography and composition.

The layout is intended to be both print and screen friendly. And while the students were not required to print the document, a package accompanies each turned in disc.

Evidence of the work that students completed can be seen in the final documentation of G. Goodwin, K. Rosebrook, N. Vallo and T. Rink.

The structure of the course is reflected in the syllabus.

Project 10: Present & Reflect On The Previous 9

Students too busy to appreciate each passing project get a sense of continuity at the end—and it shows through their writing

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