THEA 302 Spring 2015 Scenic Design

Cross Listed as ARTS221
This course focuses on the artistic, intellectual, and practical roles of a set designer in the development of works of theatre. Grounded in textual analysis and research, a range of techniques will be explored and utilized to create theoretical stage designs for several plays, musicals and/or operas over the course of the semester. Emphasis will be on 3-dimensional modeling as the primary means of process and presentation, but sketching, drafting, and digital tools will also be important factors in course work. Unique, diverse, and strong points of view will be encouraged.
Class Format: studio
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based upon committed class participation and thoughtful, timely completion of all assignments and projects
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Prerequisites: THEA 201 or permission of instructor
Enrollment Preference: Theatre majors
Department Notes: this course does not count toward the Art major
Material and Lab Fees: lab fee of $125 to be added to the student's term bill
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Enrollment Limit: 10
Expected Enrollment: 8
Class Number: 3759
THEA 302 - 01 (S) STU Scenic Design Division 1: Languages and the Arts David Gurcay-Morris
MW 09:00 AM-10:50 AM 3759
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