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Monday, June 13, 2011

Typography 1

Professor: Ferdinand R. DoctoleroClass
Schedule: 12-3pm Wednesday
Section: BFA 1B
Room: CAFA
Rm. 110

SYLLABUS
Typography 1
School Year 2011-12 1st Semester
AD011

Units: 2
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours

Course Description
An introductory to the practice, theory and history of typography, type design and the study of the formal elements of typographic structuring, composition and communication aesthetic, perceptual and related design theory will be explored. Drawing skills will be emphasized.

Co-requisite subject Typography 2

Course Objectives
At the end of the semester the student is expected to:
1. Understand the integral role of typography in effective design communications.
2. Understand the historical evolution of typography.
3. Be skillful in manual rendering of lettering.
4. Be familiarized with the tools and techniques in lettering.
5. Classify the major categories of types and styles.
6. Learn to use types effectively as advertising design element.
7. Understand the functional, symbolic and communicative aspects of typefaces.

Learning Contents and Activities
1. Definition and discussion of related terminologies
1.1 Typography
1.2 Lettering
1.3 Fonts
1.4 Typeface
1.5 Display types
2. History of Typography
2.1 The first alphabets
2.2 The development of the Roman alphabet
2.3 The early movable types
2.4 transitional typefaces
2.5 The modern typefaces
2.6 typefaces in the industrial revolution
3. Four major categories of types
a. Serif
b. Sans serif
c. Script
d. Ornamental
4. Anatomy of types
4.1 parts
4.2 proportions
5. Basis for typography decisions
5.1 Legibility
5.2 Readability
5.3 topical relevance and style
5.4 market value
5.5 Aesthetic values
5.6 Availability
6. Rendering techniques
6.1 introductions to basic tools
6.2 demonstrations of mechanical tools
7. Introduction to the different type families and specific typefaces

Methodology
1. Lecture and discussions
2. Rendering demonstration
3. Plate making

Grading System
Plates, Projects and Exercises 50%
Written Works (Research, Reaction paper, Examination and others) 35%
Attitude and Attendance 15%
Total of 100%

References:
Books , Magazines, Journals and World Wide Web

Sunday, June 12, 2011

SYLLABUS Animation

School Year 2011-12 1st Semester
MD013

Units: 3
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Film animation applies techniques of cinematography to the graphics and plastic arts in order to give the illustrations and movement to cartoons, drawings, paintings, puppet and three-dimensional objects. Evaluation by the student using feedback answering form and evaluation by the department head in the college.

General Objective:
The role of the team is to collectively create drawings for feature length films. Such collectively activity actually involves divisions of labor for background, inking, in bet-weens, tracing and painting and others.

Therefore the course subject aims to produce students who will:
1. Brainstorming to produce ideas for a full-length film,
2. Create a story board showing the development of the idea, and
3. Work as a group on the picture and sound production including editing aspects of the film.

Course Requirements
The above objectives are achievable only through active participation in three activities:
1. Individual exercise involving creation of film characters
2. Group exercise:
2.1Story formulation
2.2 Storyboard making
2.3 Animation work including in between activity:
2.3.1 Design animation
2.3.2 Tracing and painting
2.3.3 Back grounding
2.3.4 Camera work

Course Topics / Outline
Animation processes undergo several stages starting with the big IDEA and culminates with the finished film. Animators, thus needs to be brief on the necessary topics like:
1. The History of Animation
1.1 Many advances were made in Europe: Reiniger employed mobile silhouettes:
Oskar Fisehinger and Len Lye experimented with abstract design choreographed
to music; and George Pal of Holland created techniques of puppet animation.
1.2 Point-of-purchase support
1.3 Mechanical art preparation
1.3.1 Graphic design
1.3.2 Structural design Methodology
The activity of the course subject is to combine:
1. Lectures and open forums
2. Conceptualization exercises
3. Design consultancies and
4. Comprehensive presentations
Grading System and criteria:
• Attendance
• Attitude
• Project requirements PR (50%) and Written requirements WR (50%)
References:
Books, magazines and WWW

Detail Requirements

Prelim:
PR: Solo
1. Character design, and development on bond paper for studies and final on 1/8 illustration board
2. Flip books (100 pages) (2 characters)
3. Photographs of Animation - Phenakistoscope disc
WR:
1. Information and Description of Personality of your character design (2)
2. Research the History of Animation
3. Reaction paper on recent animation film or movies

Submission: July 18, 2011

Midterm:
PR: Group (5-6 Persons)
1. Line drawing (Traditional) 2D, with character script or story line board and description. 20-60 secs.24 frame/sec
Theme: Music MTV
WR:
1. Interview with an animator (group) or credits for resource person (class) Animation Forum
2. Process of Animation (solo)

Submission: August 29, 2011

Finals:
PR: Group (5-6 Persons)
1. 3D and Experimental animation using objects, or any mixed medium and can be edited at computer
Theme: Advertising
WR:
1. Research on Linear Editing

Submission: October 3, 2011

Distributions of class cards: October 10, 2011

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Materials and Techniques

Professor: Ferdinand R. Doctolero
Class Schedule: 1-4pm Wednesday Section: BFA 1B
Room: CAFA Rm. 110

SYLLABUS
Materials and Techniques
School Year 2011-12 1st Semester
FA017

Units: 3
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours

Course Description:
Introduces students to the exploration creative possibilities of transforming raw and basic materials into meaningful and articulate visual language. Materials and Techniques cover studies and application on two and three-dimensional forms. It does include solving problem in drawing, painting, crafts, sculpture and other materials pertaining in their principle, function and characteristic of structural possibilities.

Basic subject and preparation for higher and major Fine Arts subjects.

Learning Objectives:
Knowledge
Distinguish technical knowledge in the various materials and techniques processes.
Analyze the artistry of the design and the skill of the maker
Skill
Show skills in making simple decorative design in materials and techniques.
Attitude
Carry out proper work habit and safety precautions in performing manipulative skill.
Demonstrate good workmanship and dignity labor.

Course Objectives:
Aims
You will be able to use theory and practice for materials and techniques in your profession.
Attainment target
You will be able to express and interact to the other students about your ideas.
You will be able to learn and apply graphic arts for higher major fine arts subject.

Activities:
Introduction theory and Activities on the Materials and Techniques
Theory and Activities on the Two-Dimensional Materials and Techniques
Theory and Activities on the Three-Dimensional Materials and Techniques
Theory and Activities on the Basic Mixed Materials and Techniques

Course/Topic Outline:
Meeting 1 Introduction
Meeting 2-6 Two-Dimensional and Prelim
Meeting 7-12 Three-Dimensional and Midterm
Meeting 13-16 Basic Mixed Materials and Finals
Meeting 18 Distribution of Class Cards


Methodologies:
Methods will be lectures on theory, demonstration, interaction by answering the question given, discussion on activities, do practical assignment by exercises on the spot, supervision and final project.
Media will be the use of chalk or clipboard, handouts, LCD projector and other instructional materials.

Grading System:
Grading system can be done for the student by solving the given problem. Participate to the class actively through doing good painting exercises and other activities or requirements. By following the criteria in doing painting artwork, follow instruction, accuracy and good technique, speed with effort and discipline in their work (85%). Attendance and attitude (15%).

References:
The complete Painting Course, by Hazel Harrizon and Alfred Danniels, London, 1988.
Scupture, by Lorraine Balmuth Widman, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 1989.
look for other books and web site.

Detail Requirements and Criteria for Grading System:
• Project requirements PR (50%) and Written requirements WR (35%)
• Attendance and Attitude (15%)

Prelim:
PR: Two-Dimensional Visual Art Materials and Techniques
1. Dry Materials and Techniques
2. Wet Materials and Techniques
3. Mixed Media of Dry and Wet Materials and Techniques
WR:
1. Research on Two-Dimensional Visual Art Materials and Techniques
2. Reaction Paper
Submission and Evaluation: July 13, 2011
Midterm:
PR: Three-Dimensional
1. Paper and wood
2. Clay, plaster of paris, stone, concrete and other earth materials
3. Metal
WR:
1. Research on Three-Dimensional Visual Art Materials and Techniques (Basic Sculpture)
2. Reaction Paper
Submission and Evaluation: August 24, 2011
Finals:
PR: Individual and Group
1-2 3D Mixed Media Materials and Techniques
WR:
1. Research on Basic Mixed Media
2. Reaction Paper
Submission and Evaluation: September 25, 2011

Distributions of class cards: October 5, 2011

Monday, November 15, 2010

Illustration 2 Syllabus and Activities

Class Schedule: (A) 8-11am Thursday / (B) 12-3pm Tuesday
Section: BFA 2 A/B
Room: CAFA Rm. 110

Illustration 2 SY 2009-10 2nd Semester
AD022
Units: 3
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Primary compositions with emphasis on the advance illustration materials, techniques and content. Explores the creative use of techniques and styles in graphics and realistic rendering using, oil, acri, photo or collage and other experimental materials.

PRE- AND/OR CO-REQUISITES

1st year subject/Illustration 1

OBJECTIVES
KNOWLEDGE OF—
To developed solution for a given idea of illustration.
To developed ability to demonstrate visual look and economy of thought in basic forms of illustration on message and concept of visual communication design.
SKILL IN—
To developed ability to use advance and experimental materials as a formal element.
To promotes creative problem solving techniques.
To equip the learner to evaluate and properly carry out creative solution in a variety of techniques.
ATTITUDE—
To carry out the development of processional attitudes.

NATURE OF THE COURSE/RESOURCES
FOR THE COURSE
This course is designed to help students develop critical abilities in the evaluation of materials and to encourage them to look at illustration. The course is structured to permit the greatest possible dialogue and exchange of views. The sharing process will require you to bring a variety of materials to class in order to demonstrate points you wish to make. You are expected to become familiar with a wide variety of resources about illustration, although the major emphasis should be on the processes themselves. You might, for instance, look at particular illustrator to interview. There are references available on the WWW. You will also find it useful to visit the various websites developed for illustration.

OVERVIEW OF COURSE CONTENT
Each of these topics may include discussion of Illustration.
List of Topics to Be Covered:
Introduction background on advance illustration Modern development of illustration
Theory of advance illustration
Theory and activities on self-promotional illustration
Theory and activities on advance editorial illustration
Theory and activities on advance advertising illustration

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE
Required Written and Plate exercises
1. Self-promotional illustration
2. Advance editorial illustration
3. Advance advertising illustration
4. Final portfolio

Methodologies:
Methods will be lectures on theory, demonstration, and interaction by answering the question given, discussion or deliberation on activities, does practical assignment by exercises on the spot, supervision, and final project (indoor or outdoor interview). Interview and field trip (TBA, outdoor interview). Media will be the use of chalk or clipboard

REFERENCES
WWW and other printed materials

Prelim Activities
Introduction
Exercise plate:
Construct Portfolio Case using hard board 15"x 20" and min. 1/2" thickness
Do Illustration on your portfolio
Meeting 1 Introduction and collect Class cards nov9/11

Project # 1 Self-promotional illustration
Specification
4 sample artworks in 1-4 color
Letter size paper with your name, field of work and contact number
1a Study and compre
1b Final Art with group binding
Schedule:
Meeting 2 P1a Study -Self Promotion Illustration nov16/18
Meeting 3 P1b Compre/final -Self Promotion Illustration nov23/25



Project # 2 Editorial Newspaper Illustration
Specification:
3 colors flat tone
1/2 page broadsheet
Article of newspaper
Schedule:
Meeting 4 P2a study- Editorial Newspaper Illustration nov30/dec2
Meeting 5 P2b Compre/final Editorial Newspaper Illustration dec7/9


Project # 3 Editorial Magazine Illustration
Specification:
4 colors flat tone
Spot broadsheet
Article of magazine
Schedule:
Meeting 4 P3a study Magazine Article Spot Illustration nov30/dec2
Meeting 6 P3b compre Magazine Article Spot Illustration dec14/16

Written Req. # 1 - Reaction Paper on Illustration Exhibit at any Galleries or article about Illustration

Due Date of all Prelim Requirements: Dec. 14 BFA 2B and Dec. 16 BFA 2A

Midterm Activities
Project # 4 PLDT
Meeting 7 study jan4/6
Meeting 8 production jan11/13
Meeting 9 submission jan18/20

Project # 5 Book Illustration
Specification:
4 colors any style and medium cover and 3 inside illustration
Pocket book size
Article of literary book
Schedule:
Meeting 10 study jan25/27
Meeting 11 production feb1/3
Meeting 12 compre and final print feb8/10

Written Req. # 2 Reaction Paper on INK website and Exhibit

Due Date of all Mid-term Requirements: Feb. 8 BFA 2B and Feb. 10 BFA 2A

Final Activities
Project # 6 Product Poster Advertising Illustration
-series of 3 on tabloid size
Meeting 13 -14 feb15,22/feb17,24

Project # 7 Final Advertising Illustration promotional materials
-Brochures of your advertising illustration 4-or more works
-Final print on 1spread size 11"x17"
Meeting 15 -17 mar1,8,15,/mar3,10,17

Written Req. # 3 Reaction Paper on movie Ms. Potter

Due Date of all Requirements: Mar. 15 BFA 2B and Mar. 17 BFA 2A

Distribution of Class cards
March 22/24, 2009

REQUIREMENTS and CRITERIA
P- Project/Plate/Exercise=65%
WR-Research/Written/Exercise=25%
A- Attitude=10%

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Typography 2 Syllabus and Activities

Class Schedule: (A) 12-3pm Thursday / (B) 8-11am Friday
Section: BFA 1 A/B
Room: CAFA Rm. 110

Typography SY 2010-11 2nd Semester
AD012
Units: 3
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours

Course Description
Main emphasis is on setting priorities for typographic elements, designing typefaces and use of grids to develop publications of ascending complexity from one-page, single- color format through multi-folio, multicolor books and magazines. These are considered from concept development through pre-press preparation.
Co-requisite subject Typography 2
Course Objectives
At the end of the semester the student is expected to:
1. Develop skill in lay outing types for various publications.
2. Enhance the sensitivity the right typeface relative to the kind of publication in which he/she is at work.
3. To be able to make a comprehensive artwork for either brochure or newspaper.
4. Understand the importance of typography and how it works in any printed communications material.
5. Understand the advancement of computer typography and it’s effects to the trade.
6. Develop ability in art direction for types.

Learning Contents and Activities
1. Recollection of past lessons in typography
2. Structuring
3. Measurement of types
4. Typesetting
5. Specifying types
6. Enlivening text
7. Display typography
8. Desktop typography
9. Development of brochures, newspapers and magazines

Methodology
1. Lecture and discussions
2. Research, reaction and written examination
3. Plate, project and excises production

Grading System
Exercises and Project Req. 65%
Written Req. 35%
Attendance and Attitude 10%
Total 100%

Reference and Texts
Books and other printed materials
WWW and Internet

Portfolio case:
Construct Portfolio Case using hard board 15"x 20" and min. 1/2" thickness

Prelim Activities
P#1 Duo Colors on Typography: Card
Use 12" x 18" sketch pad and poster (2 colors)
Problem: How to create card using typography on 2 colors
Theme: Christmas Motif
Nov.A18/B19

P#2 Colors and Word/s to Express: Card
Use 12" x 18" sketch pad and poster (3 colors)
Problem: How to create card using typography on 3 colors
Theme: Love and Care
Nov.A25/B26

P#3 Spaces and Visual Hierarchy: Signage
Use 18" x 24" appropriate paper and any medium (4 colors)
Problem: How to create wallpaper typography 
Theme: New Year’s Motif
Dec.A2/B3


P#4 P#4 Typography to Interpret Music
Use 24" x 24" or 20" x 20" appropriate paper and any medium (full colors)
Theme: Tagalog Songs
Procedure:
1. Your favorite song (no restrictions)
2. Use typography as a main element on the layout, also you can use another languages and photography or illustration.
3. Square workspace
Dec.A9-16/B10-17


WR#1 Discuss "Advance Typography" using Blue Book on the following area:
1.1 Fonts
1.2 Typefaces; styles and names
1.3 Considerations in choosing typefaces
2. Structuring
2.1 type alignment
2.2 dividing text
2.3 type layouts
3. Measurement of types
3.1 point and picas
3.2 type size
4. Typesetting
4.1 leading
4.2 set, units and ems
4.3 word spacing and letter spacing
4.4 kerning
4.5 copy casting
5. Specifying types
5.1 copy preparations and marking
5.2 marking up proof and fine-tuning type
6. Enlivening text
6.1 creating emphasis
6.2 initial letter accentuation
6.3 associating types with illustrations photograph and color
Due Dec.A16/B17

Midterm Activities
P#5 Legibility and Message Typography: PLDT Cover
Use appropriate ground and poster colors (3 colors)
Same size of the directory
Theme: PLDT theme
P#6 Legibility and Color Combination: Magazine
Use sketch pad and poster colors (full colors)
Same size of the magazine
Theme: Art Magazine
P#7 Legibility and Electronic Typography: News Letter
Same size of the Newsletter and computer print (2 colors)
Theme: Campus News
Written Requirement - write all the about the computer software and type specification

Freehand Drawing 2 Syllabus and Activities

Class Schedule: (A) 8-11am Monday / (B) 8-11am Wednesday
Section: BFA 1 A/B
Room: CAFA Rm. 110

Freehand Drawing 2 SY 2010-11 2nd Semester
FA014
Units: 3
Time: 3 hours
Allotment:18 meetings/54 total hours
Description:
Provides students with exercise to develop in them accurate observation and skills in Graphic Presentation. Topics like lines, light, shades and shadow and pictorial presentation or rendering in full color are discussed here. Different art media like charcoal, pencil pen and ink and watercolor are explored to serve as effective means of creating the graphic equivalent of what is observed or visualized.
Pre-Requisites: Freehand Drawing 1
Co Requisites: Drawing and Painting from Life
Learning Objectives:
Knowledge
Learner should be able to state and carry out form and content in Freehand
Drawing.
Learner should be able to state attributes, dimensions, basic phenomena and their applications on color theory.
Skill
Learner should be able to show skills in making design on various surfaces and materials.
Attitude
Learner should be able to learn theorically, practically and stimulatingly to the subject.
Course Objectives:
Aims
You will be able to use theory and practice for freehand drawing to your profession.
Attainment target
You will be able to express and interact to the other students about your ideas.
You will be able to learn and apply graphic arts for higher major fine arts subject.
Overview of course content:
Meeting 1-6
Lecture and Introduction to basic color concepts and materials
Meeting 7-12
Two Dimension colors
Meeting 13-18
Three Dimension colors
Suggested Activities:
Introduction theory and Activities on the
Freehand Drawing 2 and Materials
Theory and Activities on the two dimension colors
Theory and Activities on the three dimension colors
Methodology:
Methods will be lectures on theory, demonstration, interaction by answering the question given, discussion on activities, do practical assignment by exercises on the spot, supervision and final project.
Media will be the use of chalk or clipboard, handouts, slides and other instructional materials.
Grading system:
Grading system can be done for the student by solving the given problem.
Participate to the class actively through doing good drawing and painting exercises and other projects and plates. By following the criteria in doing drawing and painting artwork, follow instruction, accuracy and good technique, speed with effort and discipline in their work P- (50%). Written requirements, research, reaction and examination R- (35%). Attendance and attitude A- (15%).

References:
Basic Visual Concepts and Principle, Charles Wallschaeger and Cythia Busicsyder, Brown Publishers, USA, 1992.

Prelim Activities
1 Introduction

2 Anochromatic Color Exercise P#1 Nov. 15/17

3 Analogous Two Color Exercise P#2 Nov. 22/24


4 Complementary Two Color Exercise P#3 Nov. 29/Dec. 1


5 Analogous Three Color Exercise P#4 Dec. 6/8


6 Complementary Three Exercise P#5 Dec. 13/15


R#1 Research on Color Theory, due Dec. 13/15

Thursday, August 05, 2010

NCCA Exhibit


Ano ang isang Hybrid?

A hybrid ay nangangahulugan ng isang bagay ng magkakahalo pinanggalingan o komposisyon na nagdadagdag ng iba't-ibang o kumplikado sa isang sistema. Sa science, ang isang Hybrid ay ang anak ng mga genetically hindi katulad mga halaman o hayop, lalo na ginawa sa pamamagitan ng pag-aanak o paghuhugpong ng iba't-ibang varieties o uri ng hayop. Sa wika, ang isang Hybrid salita ay isa na ang mga sangkap ay nagmula mula sa iba't ibang wika. Sa isang kotse, isang Hybrid pinagsasama ng isang motor na de koryente sa isang engine gasolina.

Dahil ang mga kahulugan ng mga hybrid ang salita, kung ano ang nais sabihin ng ito upang makagawa ng isang Hybrid form art?

Sa mga form sining, hybridity maaaring ibig sabihin ang blurring ng tradisyonal na mga hangganan na hiwalay sa pagitan ng maarte media tulad ng pagpipinta, eskultura, film, pagpapalabas, architecture, at sayaw. Ito rin ay maaring ibig sabihin ng cross-aanak sining-paggawa sa ibang mga disiplina, tulad ng mga natural at pisikal na agham, industriya, teknolohiya, literatura, popular na kultura, o pilosopiya. Hybrid paraan sining palakihin ang posibilidad para sa experimentation at makabagong-likha sa kapanahon sining.

Today's artists ay libre upang makagawa ng sining sa kahit anong materyales o pamamaraan na maaari nilang akala. kalayaan na ito ay lumilikha ng mga bagong pagkakataon upang ipahayag ang mga ideya at konsepto. Ito rin ay bubukas up ng isang bilang ng mga hamon, pagpipilian, at mga desisyon para sa artists:
Dapat ko bang trabaho sa master ng isang tradisyonal na sining form o ang dapat kong gawain upang lumikha ng makabagong mga bagong paraan art? O ang dapat kong gawin ang parehong?
Dapat ko bang eksperimento sa mga materyales na pang-industriya o sa labas ng sakop ng aking studio kung ang mga materyales na tila sa maaari ang pinakamahusay na paraan upang ipahayag ang aking mga layunin sa maarte?
Paano ko tutukuyin ang aking sarili bilang isang artist kung ako sa paglilipat, ipinagsama, at recombining pamamaraan na mula sa loob at sa labas ng daigdig ng sining?
Blurring hangganan, paglabag sa mga alituntunin, at paggawa ng hybrids occupies marami mang gawain sa araw na ito. Gayunman, ang paggawa ng kahulugan sa sining-anumang mga kasangkapan, mga kagamitan, o mga pamamaraan ay ginagamit-nananatiling central maarte sa pagsasanay. Ito ay mahalaga para sa mga manonood upang panatilihin ito sa isip habang ang mga ito galugarin ang makabagong sining ngayon.

Bakit ito ay mas mahusay na magkaroon ng iba't-ibang uri at kumplikado sa art? o buhay?
Bakit ito ay mabuting mag-eksperimento?
Ano ang pagkakaiba sa pagitan ng mga mundo ng sining at tunay na buhay?

Sa mga katanungan ito ay mabubuo ang atin layunin:

1, Ipakita angs mahusay na magkaroon ng iba't-ibang uri at kumplikado sa art? o buhay?
2. Gumawa mabuting sining sa pamamagitan ng pag-eksperimento?
3. Pag-tingin ng pagkakaiba sa pagitan ng mga mundo ng sining at tunay na buhay?

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First meeting at TUP
Dated Aug. 2, 2010, 2pm



Second meeting at TUP
Dated Aug. 10, 2010, 11am @ CAFA Room 110



Friday, July 09, 2010

2010 Arts and Design Orientation Lecture/Workshop Program






Letter for request of OFFICE ORDER                                                                                                           
June 16, 2010                       
Dr. Olympio V. Caparas
President
This University
 
Dear Sir,
 
May we request from your good office an office order for the implementation of 2010
 planned Extension project of Fine Arts . The project ‘s title is  2010 Fine Arts and Design Orientation, Lecture/Workshop Program . This will be administered by the Fine Arts Department on June 22, 2010,
8am -5pm at CAFA Learning Resource Center.
 
The objectives of the training/extension program are:
1. To inform basic knowledge on arts and design courses and its application to subject for advance and higher courses.
2. To enhance skill in arts and design, and to acquire attitude for particular area of study specifically in the following areas of concern: Illustration, Printmaking and Graphic design.
3. To create artworks in various techniques on art and design.
4. To promote art and design awareness among Fine Arts Freshman.
We are hoping for your kind approval.
Very sincerely yours,
Mr. Ferdinand R. Doctolero
Faculty and Proponent, Fine Arts Department
 
Noted by:
Prof. Almina Terngco Chan
Head, Fine Arts
 
 
Prof. Pablo Pilar
CAFA Extension Coordinator
 
Recommending Approval:
 
Arch. Roberto Panganoron                                                                    
Dean, CAFA
 
Prof. Valentino Angeles
Director, UES
 
Participants INFORMATION SHEET

2010 Arts and Design Orientation Lecture/Workshop Program

The BFA program admits students who qualify through the University Admission Test and undergo Fine Arts and Design Orientation Lecture/Workshop Program administered by the Department on June 22, 2010 at CAFA Learning Resource Center.

The objectives of the training/extension program are:
-To assured basic knowledge on the arts and design courses to be apply this subject for advance and higher subjects.
-To enhance the art and design skill and attitude of particular area of study specifically in the following area of concern: illustration, printmaking and graphic design.
-To create artworks in various techniques on art and design.
-To help promote art and design awareness among Fine Arts Freshman.

No Fee and they bring their own art and design materials

When:
8 a.m.-2 p.m. June 22, 2010
Where: CAFA Learning Resource Center
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Information and Registration Sheet

Name:
Contact #:
Date and Place of Birth:
Sex:
Nationality:
Civil Status:
Religious Affiliation:
Provincial Address:
Present Address:

Guardian Name:
Occupation:
Monthly Salary:

Written intent that states the reason for entering the Fine Arts course and any experience related to the subject.
(use back to draw or design anything)

2010 Fine Arts and Design Orientation, Lecture/Workshop Program

This will be administered by the Fine Arts Department, June 22, 2010, 8am -2pm at CAFA Learning Resource Center.

The objectives of the training/extension program are:
1. To inform basic knowledge on arts and design courses and its application to subject for advance and higher courses.
2. To enhance skill in arts and design, and to acquire attitude for particular area of study specifically in the following areas of concern: Graphic Design, Illustration, and Printmaking.
3. To create artworks in various techniques on art and design.
4. To promote art and design awareness among Fine Arts Freshman.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Registration

8:00 - 9:00 am Opening Program

Prayer
Pinky Ludovice
Fine Arts Department Faculty

National Anthem

Opening Remarks
Prof. Almina Tengco Chan
Fine Arts Department Faculty
Arch. Roberto Panganoron
Dean, CAFA
Prof. Valentino Angeles
Director, UES

Orientation Program on Fine Arts Curriculum
Ferdinand R. Doctolero
Fine Arts Department Faculty

9:00 - 9:15 am Song Presentation

9:15 am - 12:15 pm Seminar/Workshop

9:15 - 10:15 am
Graphic Design
Rafael Ignacio
Fine Arts Department Faculty

10:15 - 11:15 am
Illustration
Ferdinand Doctolero
Fine Arts Department Faculty

11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Print Making
Ramon Delacruz
Fine Arts Department Faculty

12:15 - 1:00 pm Break

1:00 - 2:00 pm Closing

Closing Remarks
Prof. Pablo Pilar
CAFA Extension Coordinator

Distribution of Certificate and Photo Session

Master of Ceremonies
Prof. Virgilio Rosario

Illustration 1 1st Sem. S.Y.10-11

Prelim Projects
Written # 1 Research and history of Illustration
Due: Meeting 3

Project # 1 Portrait Line Illustration – Self Portrait
5 compres each on pencil and pen/ink
Select 1 on compre of pencil and pen/ink
and do final artwork each on
1/8 Illustration board
Due: Meeting 3

Project # 2 Portrait Screen Tone Illustration – Icon and Idol Portrait
5 compres each on pencil and pen/ink
Select 1 on compre of pencil and pen/ink
and do final artwork each on
1/8 Illustration board
Due: Meeting 6

Mid term Projects
Written # 2 Reaction Paper on Illustration Exhibit

Project # 3 Newspaper Illustration
Editorial and Strip Illustration
-3 compres on bond paper
-Final artwork on 1/8 Illustration board
-Medium can be brush/pen and ink with colored pentelpen or colored pencil
Due: Meeting 9

Project # 4 Magazine Illustration
-Cover, inside half and spread pages on magazine article
-3 compres on bond paper
-Paste the final artwork on actual magazine
-Medium can be brush/pen and ink with colored pentelpen or colored pencil
Due: Meeting 12





Final Project
Written # 3 Reaction Paper on INK website

Project # 5 Book Illustration
NBDB Book Illustration Contest
Note: do compre and final artwork (documentation pictures for Portfolio)
Final Requirement: Portfolio of all Illustration
Due: Meeting 17 or 18

Freehand Drawing 1 1st Sem. S.Y.10-11

Prelim Activities
1 Introduction
2 Line Drawing P#1
3 Shapes Drawing P#2
4 Forms Drawing P#3
5 Textures Drawing P#4
6 Prelims P#5
R#1 Definition, History of Drawing and artist. Use letter size bond paper and hand written. Due June 22
R#2 Elements of Visual Arts. Use letter size bond paper and hand written. Due June 29

Mid term Projects
7 Object Composition Drawing P#6
8 Still Life Drawing P#7
9 Plants Drawing P#8
10 Texture Drawing P#9
11-12 Midterm P#9 Shell picture and
R#3 Principle of Design on Blue Book
R#4 Five Principles of Design and 5 samples each. Use letter size bond paper and hand written.

Final Project
12 Trees and Land Scape Drawing P#10
13 Sea Scape Drawing P#11
14 Urban Scape Drawing P#12
15 National Museum Visit at Luneta September
16-17 Final P#13
15''x20'' illustration board and pencil, any combination of Scape w/ principle of design explanation on bond paper and put at the back.
R#5 Reaction paper on National Museum and MADE. Choice 6 sample artworks
18 Submissions of Grades October
Evaluation and Portfolio of all Freehand Drawing

REQUIREMENTS and CRITERIA
P- Project/Plate/Exercise=65%
R-Research/Written/Exam/Interview=25%
A- Attendance/Attitude=10%

Manansala for Illustration

Exhibit Opening :VICENTE MANANSALA National Artist
Date:
Monday, July 12, 2010
Time:
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location:
Atrium, SM Mall of Asia