ILUS 305 F002: Illustration Genres: Topic

This course varies in topic from section to section, and is repeatable for 3 credits so long as the thematic topic has changed. As a diverse field that spans print, screen, objects and environments both physical and virtual, Illustration increasingly necessitates the ability to adapt. The topics and thematics offered on this course are designed to expose students to a range of unique approaches to illustration practiced within the field. Students will engage in problem solving and debate, research and experimentation. Topics and thematics have included: Allegory, Botanical Illustration, Children's Books, Concept Design, Comics, Editorial, Food, Illustrating Literature and Illustration Design, Sci-Fi, etc.

Priority is given to ILUS students in Years 3 and 4. Students outside of the registration priority group may register/waitlist for this course as of the registration rule release date.

Course content: 

Topic: Publication Design (Design for Illustrators)

This practical course is designed for illustration students who would like to have a better understanding of design and art-direction. Students will learn how to develop their practice with a better understanding of art direction, typography, and production. This course will leave students more prepared for real-world projects. Small assignments throughout the term will allow student to explore communication design through illustration. Students will complete a term project designed to enhance their portfolio.


Completion of 54 credits

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Date / Time Days Room Building
Sep 11-Dec 19
W B4160 MAIN