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  • 1. School of Art + Design at Montgomery College A Community of Artists in Montgomery County Sp ring 2 007 Noncredit Classes for Children, Teens, and Adults Spring 2007 classes start Thursday, February 8! Exciting new classes for adults! • Mixed Media Abstract Painting • Photo Restoration • Sculptural Concepts • Basic Photoshop Elements • Independent Study: Painting • Basics of Macintosh OS X • Exploring Creativity
  • 2. School of Art + Design at Montgomery College Course Name Important Information FINE ARTS AND DESIGN Basic Design for Artists Open Model Drawing The School of Art and Design is con- Introduction to Drawing veniently located in Silver Spring, Maryland, one mile north of the Introduction to Figure Drawing Portrait Drawing Beltway on Georgia Avenue. The Intermediate/Advanced Drawing (No Model) Pastel Drawing noncredit program offers a wide ar- Introduction to Painting ray of noncredit classes for children, Intermediate/Advanced Painting (No Model) Portrait and Figure Painting teens, and adults in an art school set- Trompe-L’oeil Painting ting. Most classes run for ten weeks Mixed Media Abstract Painting Independent Study: Painting and there are some two to four week Beginning/Intermediate Watercolor Painting classes for adults. There are pre-col- Beyond the Still Life: Incorporating Personal, Social, or Political Issues in Your Art lege classes for students who plan to Relief Printmaking: The Woodcut apply to a college of fine arts. Monotype and Screenprinting Sculptural Concepts Kaleidoscope of Color in Modern Art Collage/Mixed Media All students between the ages of 6 Calligraphy Art Exploring Creativity and 17 who enroll in a class, includ- The Art of Star Wars: Character Development and Narrative ing adult classes, must submit the DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR ADULTS Emergency Contact Form that is at the Introduction to Digital Fine Art Printing: Color back of this brochure. This form must Digital Photography and Photoshop be submitted to the school before Photo Restoration Basic Photoshop Elements classes start. INTRODUCTORY MACINTOSH CLASSES For more information about the Basics of Macintosh OS X Introduction to Macintosh and Digital Design Software program, call 301-649-4454 or e-mail Yvette.Walters@montgomerycollege. PRINT DESIGN edu. For information about the regis- InDesign tration process, call 301-279-5188. Photoshop I WEB DESIGN Web Design Fundamentals Animation-Flash CLASSES FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS Art Studio (Ages 6-8) Drawing and Painting for Young Artists (Ages 8-12) Cartooning (Ages 8-12) CLASSES FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Drawing I (Ages 12-15) Portrait and Figure Drawing (Ages 12-15) Cartooning on Computers (Ages 12-15) PRE-COLLEGE CLASSES Pre-College Portfolio Development 2
  • 3. Courses At A Glance … Spring 2007 School of Art + Design Course # CRN # Day(s) Date(s) Time Page # ADS061 34425 Thurs 2/8–4/26 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS037 34455 Wed 2/14–4/25 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS039 34443 Fri 2/9–4/27 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 4 34445 Sat 2/10–4/28 1:00–3:30 p.m. 4 34444 Wed 2/14–4/24 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS123 34452 Thurs 2/8–4/26 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS013 35267 Thurs 2/8–4/26 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS011 34442 Mon 2/12–4/23 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS036 34456 Mon 2/12–4/23 7:00–9:30 p.m. 4 ADS040 34448 Tues 2/13–4/24 7:00–9:30 p.m. 5 34449 Wed 2/14–4/25 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 5 ADS007 34441 Wed 2/14–4/25 1:00–3:30 p.m. 5 ADS124 35266 Thurs 2/8–4/26 7:00–9:30 p.m. 5 ADS144 34466 Sat 2/10–4/28 7:00–9:30 p.m. 5 ADS203 34453 Fri 2/9–4/27 1:00–3:30 p.m. 6 ADS188 34439 Fri 2/9–4/27 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 6 ADS032 34427 Sat 2/10–4/28 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 6 34428 Tues 2/13–4/24 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 6 ADS189 34429 Mon 2/12–4/23 1:00–3:30 p.m. 6 ADS190 34462 Wed 2/14–4/25 4:00–6:30 p.m. 6 ADS191 34454 Wed 2/14–4/25 7:00–9:30 p.m. 6 ADS204 34463 Mon 2/12–4/23 4:00–6:30 p.m. 7 ADS146 34451 Fri 2/9–4/27 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 7 ADS186 34433 Wed 2/14–4/25 7:00–9:30 p.m. 7 ADS194 34430 Tues 2/13–4/24 7:00–9:30 p.m. 7 ADS205 34438 Wed 2/14–4/25 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 7 ADS212 34464 Sat 2/10–4/28 1:00–3:30 p.m. 7 ADS196 34450 Thurs 2/8–4/26 7:00–9:30 p.m. 8 ADS065 34435 Tues 2/20–3/13 1:00–4:00 p.m. 8 34434 Sat 3/3–3/31 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 8 ADS206 34457 Fri 3/23–4/20 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 8 ADS207 34426 Fri 2/9–3/2 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 8 ADS208 34465 Sat 1/20–2/3 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 9 ADS014 34446 Tues 2/13–4/24 1:00–3:30 p.m. 9 34447 Tues 2/13–4/24 7:00–9:30 p.m. 9 ADS210 34440 Wed 2/14–4/25 7:00–9:30 p.m. 10 ADS198 34458 Mon 2/12–4/23 7:00–9:30 p.m. 10 34459 Tues 2/13–4/24 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 10 ADS017 34467 Tues 2/13–4/24 7:00–9:30 p.m. 10 ADS016 35360 Wed 2/14–4/25 7:00–9:30 p.m. 10 ADS020 34424 Sat 2/10–4/28 1:00–3:00 p.m. 11 ADS135 34437 Sat 2/10–4/28 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 11 ADS028 34431 Sat 2/10–4/28 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 11 ADS042 34436 Tues 2/13–4/24 4:30–6:30 p.m. 11 ADS211 34460 Thurs 2/8–4/26 4:30–6:30 p.m. 11 ADS026 34432 Sat 2/10–4/28 1:00–3:00 p.m. 11 ADS050 34461 Sat 2/10–3/10 9 a.m.–2 p.m. 12 35265 Sat 3/24–4/28 9 a.m.–2 p.m. 12 3
  • 4. Fine Arts and Design For ages 16 and over. (Parents of teens, please be aware that fine arts classes may include nude models). Please check course descriptions carefully for prerequisites that require some classes to be taken in a prescribed order. Some drawing, painting, and mixed media classes may be taken in any order. Mixed media classes are listed at the end of the fine arts section. Basic Design for Artists Course: ADS123 25 Hours $150 + $125 fee = $275; Non-residents: Add $140 This course will introduce design elements and principles for fine CRN#: 34452 Thursday 2/8–4/26 and applied artists through lecture and hands-on studio projects. Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Topics include proportion, figure/ground, color theory, elements of Instructor: Martin Paddack No class 3/15 & 4/5 design composition, and positive/negative space. This course is highly recommended for both students and practicing artists. Tuition waiver Portrait Drawing applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS061 25 Hours After examining the anatomy of the human face, you will learn the $150 + $100 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 techniques of traditional portrait drawing. Emphasis in this course is CRN#: 34425 Thursday 2/8–4/26 on creating a human likeness. If time permits, you also will experiment Room 005 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions with nontraditional approaches to depicting the portrait. Bring a pad of Instructor: Khaltoum Maroufi-Colle No class 3/15 & 4/5 18’’ x 24’’ sketch paper, a 4B pencil, and a pencil eraser to the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Open Model Drawing Course: ADS013 25 Hours $150 + $107 fee = $257; Non-residents: Add $140 Open model drawing offers students an opportunity to work indepen- CRN#: 35267 Thursday 2/8–4/26 dently from life. Models will take several poses during each class. No Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions instructor, discounts, or refunds. Instructor: Leroy Lawson No class 3/15 & 4/5 Course: ADS037 25 Hours $0 + $90 fee = $90; Non-residents: Add $50 Intermediate/Advanced Drawing CRN#: 34455 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 (No Model) Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions No instructor No class 4/4 This course is for students who have taken an introductory drawing course and would like to further expand their drawing skills in areas Introduction to Drawing such as perspective, proportion, and composition with no live models. A variety of materials will be used. Bring your drawing supplies to the For students interested in developing drawing skills, this course intro- first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. duces gesture, proportion, composition, cross contour, line, and per- Course: ADS011 25 Hours spective. Working from direct observation with still life, you will learn $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 to translate three-dimensional space to a two-dimensional image. Vari- CRN#: 34442 Monday 2/12–4/23 ous techniques will be used including graphite, charcoal, conte crayon, Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions and ink. Bring a pad of 18’’ x 24’’ sketch paper, a 4B pencil, and a pencil Instructor: TBA No class 4/2 eraser to the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS039 25 Hours Pastel Drawing $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34443 Friday 2/9–4/27 This course combines the look of paint with the ease of drawing. Learn Room 007 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions techniques of applying chalk pastels and color theory. Subject matter Instructor: TBA No class 3/16 & 4/6 will include still life and landscape (no live model). A full description CRN#: 34445 Saturday 2/10–4/28 of course materials will be distributed on the first day of class. Tuition Room 003 1 p.m.–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Instructor: TBA No class 3/17 & 4/7 Course: ADS036 25 Hours CRN#: 34444 Wednesday 2/14–4/24 $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 Room 003 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions CRN#: 34456 Monday 2/12–4/23 Instructor: TBA No class 4/4 Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Martin Paddack No class 4/2 Introduction to Figure Drawing This introductory course is a study of drawing the human form and is intended for students who have completed an introductory drawing class. Topics include proportion, basic anatomy, and a variety of draw- ing techniques including gesture, contour, outline, and tonal model- ing. Bring a pad of 18’’x24’’ sketch paper, a 4B pencil, and a pencil eraser to the first class. Model fees included. Prerequisites: Introduc- tion to Drawing or the equivalent. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. 4
  • 5. Introduction to Painting Portrait and Figure Painting This beginning course explores materials and techniques in acrylic or This beginning course is for those who would like to learn to paint the oil paint. Learn about color mixing, color relationships, and composi- human portrait and figure. The class will begin with drawing exercises tion. Supply lists will be available in the School of Art and Design’s exploring the portrait and continue with an introduction to human front office. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. anatomy and proportion. You will then begin to paint portraits and the Course: ADS040 25 Hours figure from a live model. Bring an 18” x 24” sketch pad, a 4B pencil, $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 and an eraser to the first class. Prerequisites: Introduction to Figure CRN#: 34448 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 Drawing or the equivalent is required and Introduction to Painting is Room 003 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions recommended, but not required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay Instructor: Susan Mapp No class 4/3 fee only. CRN#: 34449 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Course: ADS124 25 Hours Room 003 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions $150 + $125 fee = $275; Non-residents: Add $140 Instructor: Dianne Bugash No class 4/4 CRN#: 35266 Thursday 2/8–4/26 Room 007 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Intermediate/Advanced Painting Instructor: Leroy Lawson No class 3/15 & 4/5 (No Model) Trompe-L’oeil Painting This course is for students who have taken an introductory painting course (oils or acrylic), and who wish to expand their skills. Students Translated from French, trompe- l’oeil (pronounced tràwmp lóy) will explore color, composition, shape, and self-expression. Bring your means “fool the eye.” Learn the exciting art of making a two-dimen- painting supplies to the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay sional drawing or painting appear three-dimensional. The class will fee only. start with lessons in line and perspective, light and shadow, then Course: ADS007 25 Hours planning and composition. After transferring images, the final project $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 will combine all the skills to create a large-scale rendering using ar- CRN#: 34441 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 chitectural detail, still life, and draping. Prerequisites: Introduction to Room 003 1–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions Painting or the equivalent. Bring your painting supplies to the first Instructor: Dianne Bugash No class 4/4 class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS144 25 Hours $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34466 Saturday 2/10–4/28 Room 003 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Khaltoum Maroufi-Colle No class 3/17 & 4/7 5
  • 6. Beyond the Still Life: Incorporating Personal, Social, or Political Issues in Your Art In this class you will look at the work of artists who have made content and ideas the focus of their work. You will use abstraction, color, drawing, painting, and collage to create work about an issue that has meaning to you. Examples of possible content are racism, political oppression, psychological issues, and family history, to name just a few. This course will broaden the skills of students at all levels to create work of meaning to the artist. Students will keep idea/research journals during the course and will have support to create a cohesive body of work. Bring a blank 5.5”x 8.5” or 8.5”x11” journal sketchbook, pencil, and pen to the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS189 25 Hours $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34429 Monday 2/12–4/23 Room 001 1–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Marilyn Banner No class 4/2 Relief Printmaking: The Woodcut This course is an examination of the modern Japanese woodcut medi- New Mixed Media Abstract um Sosaku-Hanga and the traditional German Expressionist woodcut. Painting You will learn cutting and printing techniques, types of paper to use, and which tools to use. You will explore your own images through vari- This course is an introduction to working with contemporary abstract ous techniques with this aqueous print medium. You will learn to print principles using acrylic and latex paint. Explore color, texture, compo- by hand as well as use the printing press. You will receive a supply list sition, and painting techniques and adapt to your own interests and at the first class. This class is open to artists at all levels. Tuition waiver style. Examine artists and movements of the 20th century as well as applies; seniors pay fee only. current contemporary painting to gain historical and theoretical knowl- Course: ADS190 25 Hours edge to inform your own painting explorations. Tuition waiver applies; $150 + $95 fee = $245; Non-residents: Add $140 seniors pay fee only. CRN#: 34462 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Course: ADS203 25 Hours Room 004 4–6:30 p.m. 10 sessions $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 Instructor: Jody Isaacson No class 4/4 CRN#: 34453 Friday 2/9–4/27 Room 003 1–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions Monotype and Screenprinting Instructor: Shara BaniSadr No class 3/16 & 4/6 This course will cover painterly monoprinting techniques and examine Independent Study: Painting the techniques of screenprinting that are appropriate for paper and fabric. Students will employ direct and indirect stencil resist materials. In a supportive studio environment you will work with Montgomery Presented methods will include everything from paper stencils, crayon County artist Dianne Bugash to take your painting skills to a new level. resist, and transparent base monotypes to photographic stencils and With individual advice and critique you will develop and create a new Mylar films. This class is for artists at all levels. Tuition waiver applies; painting project of your choice using oil or acrylic paints. You will look seniors pay fee only. at the work of important painters, both contemporary and historic. Not Course: ADS191 25 Hours only will this class help you jumpstart a new concept, it will help you $150 + $95 fee = $245; Non-residents: Add $140 begin to develop a coherent body of work. You must be an intermedi- CRN#: 34454 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 ate to advanced painter. Bring your painting supplies and ideas to the Room 004 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions first class. Prerequisites: Introduction to Painting or the equivalent. Instructor: Jody Isaacson No class 4/4 Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS188 25 Hours $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34439 Friday 2/9–4/27 Room 007 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Dianne Bugash No class 3/16 & 4/6 Beginning/Intermediate Watercolor Painting Beginning students will be introduced to the fundamental techniques of transparent watercolor. Intermediate students will continue to study the fundamentals and may work independently on their own projects. Bring tubes of red, blue, and yellow watercolor paint, and a one-inch brush to the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS032 25 Hours $175+ $80 fee = $255; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34427 Saturday 2/10–4/28 Room 001 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Wendelin Daniels No class 3/17 & 4/7 CRN#: 34428 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 Room 001 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Leroy Lawson No class 4/3 6
  • 7. New Sculptural Concepts New Exploring Creativity Explore principles of three-dimensional design and composition while Every artist needs a creative refresher to move to another level of you learn to use alternative materials to create sculptural forms. Mate- artistic expression. New artists may need a creative jumpstart to begin rials from the natural world, wax, wood, wire, burlap, thread, as well to explore the artist within. Through techniques of collage, you will as readily available plastics and everyday objects will be introduced. take a 10-week journey into your creative spirit, opening your eyes and Simple mold making with clay and plaster also will be demonstrated. mind to see, touch, sense, and enjoy. Learn how to slay those creative The aim of this course is to expand the repertoire of visual languages monsters that keep you from expressing yourself! Recommended for available to the student, to encourage direct invention, and to foster a all levels of artists. Bring scissors, rubber cement, and a small box of oil method of thinking artistically through the making of sculpture. Some pastels to the first class. Some materials are provided. Tuition waiver materials are provided. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS204 25 Hours Course: ADS205 25 Hours $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 $150 + $110 fee = $260; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34463 Monday 2/12–4/23 CRN#: 34438 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Room 004 4–6:30 p.m. 10 sessions Room 001 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Jody Isaacson No class 4/2 Instructor: Patricia Zannie No class 4/4 Kaleidoscope of Color in Modern Art The Art of Star Wars: Character Using an intuitive approach to art, you will explore how the modern Development and Narrative masters, such as Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, Roualt, and Picasso, used Are you fascinated with the original Star Wars trilogy—both the theo- colors in innovative ways. They truly shocked the art world at the time ries that were the basis for the stories and their visual elements? Do and their work has since become cornerstones of contemporary art. you have original story ideas and visual concepts based on Star Wars Using the technique of collage, you will develop your own artworks that you would like to develop? Explore in detail how the artwork of based on the concepts that inspire you. Materials included. Tuition Ralph McQuarrie and Terry Whitlach brought George Lucas’ vision to waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. life. Using the designs of great illustrators and the plot of an unparal- Course: ADS146 25 Hours leled storyteller, develop visions of outer space. Create new char- $150 + $110 fee = $260; Non-residents: Add $140 acters, creatures, and spaceships using pencil, ink, and watercolor. CRN#: 34451 Friday 2/9–4/27 Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Room 001 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions Course: ADS212 25 Hour(s) Instructor: Patricia Zannie No class 3/16 & 4/6 $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34438 Saturday 2/10–4/28 Collage/Mixed Media Room 006 1–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions 19th century Cubist artists introduced collage to create unique works Instructors: TBA No class 3/17 & 4/7 of art with found objects. Collage has been used by Dada artist Kurt Schwitters and modern artist Robert Rauschenberg to create artworks that respond to personal and societal issues. In this class you will learn the art of collage and how to layer and juxtapose images, found objects, and paints on a flat surface and to create three-dimensional assemblages. This is a good class for entry level to professional artists. You will receive a supply list at the first class. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS186 25 Hours $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34433 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Room 004 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Shara BaniSadr No class 4/4 Calligraphy Art Calligraphy is the art form of writing beautifully. The writing system of the western world is presented through an historical European book hand; students will select one of three scripts (handwritten alphabets) to study in this course. You will develop manual skills as well as artistic insight during the time you spend in the classroom and at home, prac- ticing the writing of the alphabet with a hand-dipped pen upon papers that you will rule, also, by hand. Call the school for a supply list. Course: ADS194 25 Hours $150 + $80 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34430 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 Room 001 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Joanne Wasserman No class 4/3 7
  • 8. Digital Photography for Adults For ages 16 and over. All classes are taught on Macintosh computers. New Photo Restoration In this course you will explore the art of photo restoration using Adobe Photoshop CS2. After scanning old or damaged pictures into the computer you will learn to use the many powerful digital tools in Pho- toshop CS2 to restore your images. This course will address repairing damage to photographs including tears, cracks, mold, and much more. You will learn to improve contrast and color, learn how to replace backgrounds, and even add or remove people. This course is an excel- lent professional development opportunity for designers and photog- raphers. Some knowledge of Photoshop 7.0 or CS2 is recommended. Students must bring a 250mb Zip disk or flash drive for storage. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS206 12 Hours $140 + $90 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $120 CRN#: 34457 Friday 3/23–4/20 Room 002B 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 4 sessions Introduction to Digital Fine Art Printing: Instructor: Brian Mason No class 4/6 Color If you are a film or digital photographer and would like to learn about New Basic Photoshop Elements fine art color printing, this course is for you. This class will cover all Learn to use the Photoshop Elements version 4 software program for aspects of color printing—from image preparation to final print out- enhancing, editing, and organizing your digital photographs. Explore put—while showing you tips and tricks along the way. Topics include the new features of altering images, the use of creative effects, prepar- color management, file resolution, image optimization, creating ing photos for e-mail and the Web, and organizing your digital photo duotones, archival printing, and mastering ICC profiles to create pro- collection. You must have a working knowledge of Macintosh comput- fessional-quality prints. You will be able to print 8.5” x 11” drafts and a ers, have access to a digital camera (at least 2 mega pixels) and know limited number of final prints up to 13” x 19” in class. You will need to how to use it, and have access to a copy of Photoshop Elements. Bring bring your files to class on a flash drive or CD. Printer inks and paper your camera and instruction booklet to the first class. You will need for drafts are included in the class cost. You will provide your choice a 250mb zip disk or a flash drive for storage. Tuition waiver applies; of paper for final prints. Textbook is available at the Takoma Park/Sil- seniors pay fee only. ver Spring Campus Bookstore. Prerequisites: General knowledge of Course: ADS207 12 Hours Adobe Photoshop 7.0 or later; good user skills for Macintosh comput- $140 + $90 fee = $230; Non-residents: Add $140 ers are required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. CRN#: 34426 Friday 2/9–3/2 Course: ADS196 25 Hours Room 002A 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 4 sessions $350 + $120 fee = $470; Non-residents: add $225 Instructor: Brian Mason CRN#: 34450 Thursday 2/8–4/26 Room 002B 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Jeff Sutton No class 3/15 & 4/5 Digital Photography and Photoshop Become a digital photographer using the hot image-making technol- ogy of the millennium. This class is valuable to anyone interested in crossing over to digital photography, especially photographers, artists, and designers. Attendees will use their digital cameras and Adobe Photoshop CS to create stunning images. Hardware, software, and color output technologies will be discussed. Note: Students must have access to their own digital still camera (a minimum 2.0 megapixel reso- lution camera is recommended). You must bring a digital camera to the first class; each attendee will need a 250mb Zip disk or flash drive for storage of at least 512mb. Prerequisites: A general understanding of your digital camera controls. Basic Adobe Photoshop knowledge is recommended. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS065 12 Hours $140 + $100 fee = $240; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34435 Tuesday 2/20–3/13 Room 002B 1–4 p.m. 4 sessions Instructor: Brian Mason CRN#: 34434 Saturday 3/3–3/31 Room 002B 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 4 sessions Instructor: Brian Mason No class 3/17 8
  • 9. Creative Macintosh Classes For ages 16 and over. Introductory Classes Introduction to Macintosh and Digital “Early Bird” Class! Design Software This course is for students who are exploring a career in digital design New Basics of Macintosh OS X and for those who need to develop skills on Macintosh computers. There will be an overview of professional drawing and layout pro- So you have a new Macintosh computer and you would like to grams such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and InDesign. It feel more confident using it. This hands-on class is for you! Learn is required for students with little or no experience with digital design how to navigate in an easy-to-use desktop environment using software and for those who have not worked on Macintosh comput- commands and file management. This three-part class covers ers. Prerequisite: Basic PC or Macintosh computer skills are required. troubleshooting, including disk utility and antivirus software, Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. and enables you to try new features and come back to class with Course: ADS014 25 Hours your questions. Upon completion, you will be prepared to take $300 + $120 fee = $420; Non-residents: Add $225 in-depth courses in specific design programs or to explore your CRN#: 34446 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 new computer on your own. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay Room 002A 1–3:30 p.m. 10 sessions fee only. Instructor: TBA No class 4/3 Course: ADS208 9 Hours CRN#: 34447 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 $110 + $85 fee = $195; Non-residents: Add $14 Room 002A 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions CRN#: 34465 Saturday 1/20–2/3 Instructor: TBA No class 4/3 Room 002A 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 3 sessions Instructor: Edmund Palaszynski If you have never worked on a Macintosh com- puter, this course is a prerequisite for digital design classes. It is also a good class for people who are exploring the potential of graphic design software taught in this class. 9
  • 10. Print Design Courses are listed in the recom- mended course sequence for beginners. InDesign CS InDesign CS2 is the powerful new layout program of the Adobe Cre- ative Suite. This course is for those who have little or no experience with the program. Following a discussion of the program and an over- view of the basic elements, you will explore the tools of this software through hands-on exercises. This course covers the following basic features: tools, creating a document, page sizes, handling type and text flow, paragraph formatting, and handling pictures. Participants must bring a 100-250 Zip disk or flash drive to download class hand- outs. Prerequisite: Good working knowledge of Macintosh computers or Introduction to Macintosh and Digital Design software is required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS210 25 Hours $300 + $120 fee = $420; Non-residents: Add $225 CRN#: 34440 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Room 002B 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Jacqueline Padgett No class 4/4 Photoshop I Web Design Learn the basic tools of Adobe Photoshop CS and how to creatively enhance or alter scanned or digital camera images for use in original artwork, graphic design, and Web media. Topics include tool palette, menus, layers, filters and special effects, color palettes, photo color correction, composing photos with text, and file formats. There will be Courses are listed in the recom- discussion of effective composition in your images. Prerequisites: In- troduction to Macintosh and Digital Design Software or a good work- mended course sequence ing knowledge of Macintosh computes is required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS198 25 Hour(s) for beginners. $300 + $120 fee = $420; Non-residents: Add $225 CRN#: 34458 Monday 2/12–4/23 Room 002B 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Web Design Fundamentals Instructor: Brian Mason No class 4/4 In this introductory Web course, you will work in core programs such CRN#: 34459 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 as Photoshop, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver to create visually pleasing Room 002B 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. 10 sessions designs and elements for use on the Web. Explore home and inner- Instructor: Jeff Sutton No class 4/3 page designs, create a template, and explore site usability and Web color theory. Prerequisites: Good working knowledge of Macintosh computers or Introduction to Macintosh and Digital Design Software and Photoshop Fundamentals are required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS017 25 Hours $300 + $120 fee = $420; Non-residents: Add $225 CRN#: 34467 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 Room 002B 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Brian Mason No class 4/3 Animation-Flash Using the latest Flash software, you will learn how to create animated Web pages with sound and interactivity at the introductory level. Pre- requisites: Introduction to Macintosh and Digital Design Software or a good working knowledge of Macintosh computers is required. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ADS016 25 Hours $300 + $120 fee = $420; Non-residents: Add $225 CRN#: 35360 Wednesday 2/14–4/25 Room 002A 7–9:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Brian Mason No class 4/4 10
  • 11. Classes for Children and Teens Art supplies are included unless otherwise noted. All classes are limited in size. Parents must drop off and pick up children, ages 6-12, in the classroom. Parents must be there promptly when each class is scheduled to end. Parents of students in all children and teen classes (under 18 years of age) are required to submit an Emergency Contact Form when they register. The form can be downloaded from the school’s Web site at www.montgomerycollege.edu/schoolofartanddesign or obtained from the school by calling 301-649-4454. Students 16 years of age and older may take adult classes. Art Studio (Ages 6–8) Course: ADS135 20 hour(s) $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 Learn drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture through an exploration CRN#: 34437 Saturday 2/10-4/28 of historical figures such as Dubuffet, Matisse, and Calder. Explore the Room 005 10 a.m.-12 p.m. 10 sessions fundamentals of two-dimensional and three-dimensional with age-ap- Instructor: Christine Luckman No class 3/17 & 4/7 propriate projects. Course: ADS020 20 hour(s Cartooning (Ages 8–12) $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34424 Saturday 2/10-4/28 Learn how to develop your own characters and stories using strip cartoon Room 005 1-3 p.m. 10 sessions formats and techniques of caricature. Watercolor painting will be intro- Instructor: Edith Peter No class 3/17 & 4/7 duced in creating cartoons. Drawing skills will be developed, and each student will select an original character to sculpt out of clay. Students will Drawing and Painting for Young Artists work in a variety of formats while developing their cartooning skills. (Ages 8–12) Course: ADS028 20 hour(s) $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 Explore the world of drawing and painting with artists such as Claude CRN#: 34431 Saturday 2/10-4/28 Monet, Jacob Lawrence, Georgia O’Keefe, Hokusai, Mark Chagall, Room 006 1-3 p.m. 10 sessions and The Fauves. Learn the basics of drawing, composition, design, and Instructor: Sarah Palaszynski & Ellen Vartonus No class 3/17 & 4/7 color mixing using pencils, charcoal, pastels, watercolors, acrylics, and mixed media. Classes for Middle and High School Students Art supplies are included in the cost of the classes. All classes are limited in size. Parents of stu- dents ages 18 and younger are required to submit an Emergency Contact Form when the registra- tion form is submitted. The form is located at the end of this brochure. Students 16 years of age and older may take adult classes. Drawing I (Ages 12–15) Beginning students explore methods, materials, and drawing tech- Cartooning on Computers (Ages 12–15) niques using graphite, charcoal, and ink. Emphasis is placed on gaining First learn how to create your own characters and stories in cartoon confidence in learning to “see” and record experiences on paper. No format. Then work on the computers using Adobe Photoshop and prerequisites. Adobe Illustrator as tools to create original cartoons. There will be a Course: ADS042 20 hours brief introduction to Macromedia Flash MX for animated cartoons. $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 Course: ADS026 20 hours CRN#: 34436 Tuesday 2/13–4/24 $250 + $95 fee = $345; Non-residents: Add $160 Room 007 4:30–6:30 p.m. 10 sessions CRN#: 34432 Sunday 2/10–4/28 Instructor: Leroy Lawson No class 4/3 Room 002A 1–3 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: Brian Mason No class 3/17 & 4/7 Portrait and Figure Drawing (Ages 12–15) Learn the anatomy of the human body and proportions of the human face using such media as graphite, charcoal, and ink. Study historical figures such as Ingre, Daumier, and Hals. The class is tailored to begin- ner and intermediate students. (Clothed models only.) Course: ADS211 20 hours $190 + $60 fee = $250; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34460 Thursday 2/8–4/26 Room 003 4:30–6:30 p.m. 10 sessions Instructor: TBA No class 4/5 & 4/15 11
  • 12. Pre-College Classes This class is for students and adults who wish to build their portfolio for college admissions. Stu- dents in this class must purchase their own art supplies. They will draw from a nude model. Pre-College Portfolio Development This studio class is offered to rising high school juniors and seniors (sophomores accepted on a space-available basis) and adults to build artistic skills and develop a well-rounded portfolio for college admis- sion reviews. Focused on drawing, you will use a variety of media including charcoal, pencil, and pastels. You will be expected to keep a sketchbook and draw from a human skeleton, a live model, and still- life objects. You must bring a sketchbook and charcoal or pencil to the first class, where you will receive a supply list for subsequent classes. Course: ADS050 25 hours $190 + $45 fee = $235; Non-residents: Add $140 CRN#: 34461 Saturday 2/10–3/10 Room 007 9 a.m.– 2 p.m. 5 sessions Instructor: Daniel Shay CRN#: 35265 Saturday 3/24-4/28 Room 007 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 5 sessions Instructor: Daniel Shay No class 4/7 Rendering courtesy of Wiencek + Associates Architects + Planners NEW BUILDING FOR FALL TERM 2007! MORE DETAILED INFORMATION COMING IN THE SPRING. 12
  • 13. Registration Options For questions about any type of registration, call Customer Service at 301-279-5188 You have four convenient options, but whichever you choose, make sure you register early to avoid being disap- pointed. Regardless of which registration option you select, registrants will be enrolled in the order that registration and payments are received; payment is required at the time of registration. All students must register prior to attending the first class. Web Registration Web registration is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day. For assistance with Web registration, please call 301-279-5188 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm New Students: If you have never taken a class at Montgomery College before, you must use the form in this bro- chure. Returning Students: Log into MyMC and follow the step-by-step directions for registering. This option is available only to students over 16 years of age who have previously enrolled in a Montgomery College course or program, have not changed legal domicile since last registration, and will pay for registration by VISA, Mas- terCard, or Discover. You will be required to charge your tuition and fees when you register. Failure to enter your credit card number will result in your being dropped from the class. (Note: If you are under 16 years of age and wish to enroll in a WD&CE course, you must first contact the program area for permission from their Program Director.) In-Person Registration A completed registration form, with payment, may be submitted in person at any of the following Montgomery College campus registration areas. Cash payments must be made at the Cashier’s Office on the Rockville, Germantown or Ta- koma Park/Silver Spring campuses. Their hours are 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Gaithersburg Business Training Center (GBTC) Rockville Campus 12 S. Summit Ave., Suite 400 51 Mannakee Street, Room 220 Campus Center Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877 Rockville, Maryland 20850 8:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m., Mon–Fri, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Sat 8:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m., Mon–Thurs, 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Fri, 8:30 a.m.–noon, Sat Phone: 240-683-1863, Fax: 240-683-1877 Fax: 301-251-7937 Takoma Park/ Silver Spring Campus Westfield South Health Sciences Building, Room 133 11002 Veirs Mill Road, Suite 306 7977 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 Wheaton, Maryland 20902 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Mon–Fri 8:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m., Mon–Thurs, 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Fri, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., Sat Phone: 310-562-5501/ 5503 Fax: 301-942-7860 Fax Registration Complete a registration form, making sure to indicate Credit Card Payment information: MasterCard, Visa, or Discover, along with the expiration date, and other credit card information as indicated on the bottom right portion of the form. Fax completed form to Montgomery College Workforce Development & Continuing Education at 301-942-7860. If you have questions, Customer Service at 301-279-5188. Mail Registration Send completed registration form with payment for total due to: Montgomery College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education, 51 Mannakee Street, Rockville, MD 20850. VISA, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted as pay- ment. If you use a personal check or money order, make it payable to: Montgomery College. Refund Policy One-hundred percent refund of tuition and fees are granted if a course is administratively cancelled or if a student no- tifies the College of his/her withdrawal of registration, in writing, by the day prior to the official refund deadline date. The refund deadline date is equivalent to 6% of the number of times a course meets. The refund date is listed on the student’s registration confirmation. Students may notify the College of their withdrawal in either of two ways: 1. By completing a withdrawal form in person at any of the three campus Admissions, Records, and Registrations Offices, or 2. In writing to: Montgomery College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education, Refunds, 51 Mannakee Street, Rockville, Maryland 20850. Tuition Waiver Only noncredit courses designated “tuition waiver applies” will be available for tuition waiver. This statement appears in each applicable course description. To be eligible you must be a resident of Maryland, and at least 60 years old, or retired and disabled as defined by the Social Security or the Railroad Retirement Act. If you are currently a member of the Maryland National Guard and are enlisted for at least a 24 month period, you are eligible for a 50% tuition waiver. You must submit proof of such from the adjutant general’s office. Only tuition is waived; required fees must be paid by the student. Residency Policy The following are general guidelines taken from the College policy on residency for tuition purposes. A complete copy of the policy is available in the Montgomery College Catalog. 1. Students attending Montgomery College will pay tuition according to their residency. 2. To qualify, for tuition purposes, as a resident of the state of Maryland, legal domicile must have been maintained for a period of not less than three months prior to the first regularly scheduled class for the semester. 3. The domicile of a person registering in a noncredit course at Montgomery College shall be considered as a person’s permanent place of abode, where physical presence and possessions are maintained, and where he/she intends to remain indefinitely. Transfer Policy To transfer from one CRN# to another, of the same course, you must submit the request in writing to any campus Ad- missions, Records, and Admissions Office or by mail to: Admissions, Records, and Registration Office, Montgomery www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/schoolofartanddesign School of Art + Design 13
  • 14. MontgoMery College • regiStrAtion forM WorKforCe DeVeloPMent & Continuing eDuCAtion WorKforCe DeVeloPMent Continuing eDuCAtion www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce All information is required. incomplete forms will be returned to the student unprocessed. All information is required. incomplete to the student unprocessed. for registration assistance and information on course content, call 301-279-5188. for registration assistance and information on course content call 301-279-5188. fAX completed registration form with credit card information to 301-942-7860. fAX completed Mail completed registration form with payment to 51 Mannakee Street, rockville, MD 20850 Mail completed registration form with payment to 51 20850. Have you attended MC before? yes no iDentifiCAtion nuMBer: – – (Soc Sec no: used only for identification purposes in Montgomery College records. optional) is this a new address? yes no HoMe PHone ( ) nAMe: (last) (first) (M.i.) WorK PHone ( ) ADDreSS: fAX ( ) (Street) (Apt. no) e-MAil (Provide e-mail address only if you wish to receive notification of future offerings.) BirtHDAte: SeX: female (City) (State) (Zip) MM / DD / yy Male etHniCity: Choose one. (Disclosure not mandatory by Montgomery College, but is required by the U.S. Department of Education.) Not Hispanic or Latino Hispanic or Latino None rACe: Choose all that apply, you may choose more than one. (Disclosure not mandatory by Montgomery College, but is required by the U.S. Department of Education.) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian Black or African American Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander White StuDentS WitH DiSABilitieS If you need support services due to a disability, call Workforce Development & Continuing Education at 301-251-7920 (TTY 301-251-7931) at least three weeks before class begins. U.S. Citizen Permanent Resident Other Immigration Status ______________ (Citizen status used for tuition-setting purposes only.) International Students: Are you planning to request an I-20 from Montgomery College? Yes No ____I have been a Maryland resident [as defined in the Montgomery College Catalog] for at least three months and live in ______________________County. ____I consider Maryland to be my permanent place of abode, where my possessions are maintained and where I intend to remain indefinitely. ____I am 60 years of age or older. (Applicable to designated tuition waiver courses for Maryland residents only.) ____I am a Maryland National Guard member enlisted for at least a 24 month period and submitting proof of such from the adjutant general's office. (50 percent tuition waiver applicable to designated tuition waiver courses.) Crn # Course Course title Begin Date tuition Course fee out-of- Course State fee total $ $ $ total Due $ Students registering for a course or program at least one Please indicate payment by: MasterCard : exp. Date _______ week prior to the starting date will receive a mailed registra- _____Check (payable to VISA : exp. Date _______ tion acknowledgement along with a parking permit. Montgomery College) Discover : exp. Date _______ I certify that the information on this registration is correct and complete. I am aware of and will adhere to College policies as Credit Card information: published in the Student Handbook. Name on Card __________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ Card Number __________________________________________________ Student’s Signature Date Your Name __________________________________________________ Signature Required to Process (If different from name on card) Signature _____________________________________________________ CODE: AD Montgomery College is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Title IX institution. Important Notice: I understand that non-attendance and/or failure to file all registration changes in writing with the Admissions and Records Office does not relieve me of responsibility for tuition and fee charges incurred. I agree to abide by the policies and procedures of the College, including without limitation, the Student Code of Conduct. I hold the College harmless for any errors I have made that may affect a request for a subsequent refund or academic appeal. 10/2/06
  • 15. School of Art + Design at Montgomery College Spring 2007 emergency Contact information for Students Ages 6-17 Complete one form for each student This form must be completed for all students ages 6-17, is considered part of registration for classes, and must be submitted to the School of Art + Design before classes start. Child's Name Age Street Address City State Zip Mother's/Guardian's Name Cell Phone Home Phone Work Phone Father's/Guardian's Name Cell Phone Home Phone Work Phone Physician's Name Address Phone Date of last tetanus shot Allergies (including medications) Physical Restrictions (for example: may not go outside) Current Medications Please write here strategies that have proven to be effective in working with your child in an educational setting. Attach parts of your child's learning plan, if appropriate. I have read the brochure carefully and understand fully the Liability, Payment, and Student Conduct Policies. Parent's/Guardian's Name Printed Signature Date note: Mail or fax this form with registration form to: Spring 2007 School of Art + Design at Montgomery College 10500 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20902 Fax: 301-649-2940 For more information about the classes, call 301-649-4454 x 307 or e-mail yvette.walters@montgomerycollege.edu Web site: www.montgomerycollege.edu/schoolofartanddesign 15
  • 16. Montgomery College NoN-Profit orG. U S P o S tA G e Workforce Development & Continuing Education School of Art + Design at Montgomery College PAID roCkville, MD 10500 Georgia Avenue PErMIt No. 97 Silver Spring, MD 20902 www.montgomerycollege.edu/schoolofartanddesign School of Art and Design at Montgomery College is located on Georgia Avenue one mile north of the Belt- way between the Wheaton and Forest Glen Metro Stations.