Design Color and Context - In Person
The study of Color Theory attempts to understand and predict human response to the sensation of individual colors, color combinations and usages in terms of optics and the contexts in which colors occur. In this course students are introduced to color theory through systems that have been developed throughout history as a means of understanding the perceptual impact of color interaction. Studio projects will engage the study of color pigments, from organic to synthetic sources, color as both material and phenomena in the natural world and the context of color in a variety of differentiating media and printing processes. The question of how color functions will also be explored through a variety of cultural and psychological perspectives that inform both symbolic and linguistic properties of color.
Winter Semester: January 10 - May 7
High school Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors may take CCS dual enrollment classes through CCS this Winter and save almost 80% of the cost of the class. The cost of the $4,617 class is discounted to $900 for high school students participating in the Dual Enrollment program.
High school students living in Michigan may qualify for additional financial support through their school district.
Build your portfolio, complete your prerequisites, and earn three college credits before you graduate from high school.
Students will earn 3.0 transferable college credits.
For more information about Dual Enrollment contact the Office of Precollege and Continuing Studies at 313.664.7456.