Led by Julie E. N. Irish, Interior Design, and Tina Rice, Graphic Design

Individual projects on color theory and application. Multi-disciplinary team project applying color knowledge to redevelop an existing building into a luxury boutique hotel in study abroad in Costa Rica.

  • Develop an understanding of color theories
  • Understand color systems and historical aspects of color
  • Increase understanding of color as it relates to culture
  • Apply knowledge about color related to the environment and human response
  • Increase color rendering skills
Course credits:4 credits (with +2 credit independent studio option)
Meeting days and times:Tuesday / Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon)
Variable course fee:$25 – $1,300
Field trips:Costa Rica
Maximum enrollment:24
Enrollment open to:All seniors (4th and 5th years) and graduate students in all College of Design majors

  • Good health and well-being
  • Responsible consumption and production

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