ARTD 4010

Graphic Design History and Integrative Models

  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Grading Basis: Student Option
  • Course Type: Lecture | required
  • Campus: Online

Course Description

Lecture based design history course exploring the relationship of graphic design in cultural and societal impact through traditional works of art, architecture, music, film, and literature into contemporary examples of social activism and integrative models of practice. Coursework examines the influence of graphic design/designer to activist movements in culture, communication, collaboration and commerce.
 
Spring only.

Instructors Teaching ARTD 4010

Lori Young

Lori Young

Associate Professor, Graphic Design

Todd Childers

Todd Childers

Associate Professor, Graphic Design

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