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ART 102: Color

In this course, students will explore aspects of color (such as hue, saturation and value) based on the color theories of Josef Albers, Albert Henry Munsell and others. Students create studies based on color relativity, space and transparencies of color, and the value of color. Students also apply colors based on economy usage and the Bezold effect.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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