Course Description This course guides learners through the process of studio-based research on natural and cultural phenomena. The learners are equipped with the essential knowledge to develop a series of projects that are aimed to stimulate and inspire their design-
Course Description This course starts with an analysis of African art from the early beginnings to about 500 BC. Here we shall find not only tool making but also painting on rock surfaces and presumably also on the human body.
Course Description Emphasis of problem of spatial description in 2D and 3D form through the study of the human form as an emphasis. This course provides a comprehensive introduction of the Art of drawing and the language common to all
Course Description This course will extend the students’ experience in studio practice. It will provide a gate way into individual investigation of sculpture and help students to link theory and practice. Course Objectives To align students within their chosen areas