Course Information    
Math266 — Fall 2013, Block 10 (October) and Spring 2014, Block 4 (April)
Course Name:
Geometry for the Artist: Applying Abstractions of Shape and Form to Create Beautiful Concrete Images
Instructor:
Cathy Gorini
Course Description:
Geometry, the study of shape and form, is an essential tool for the visual artist. Topics include:symmetry, Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry, perspective and projective geometry, and fractals.
 
Course Syllabus:
For a full description of the course schedule, learning outcomes, work required, assessments used, and more, please look carefully at the course syllabus.

Offered by:  Math Department
Credits: 4
First day of class:  Monday, March 31, 2014
Last day of class:  Thursday, April 24, 2014
 Prerequisite courses: None 
 Is this course a prerequisite for other courses? No
 Course is required for which degrees?
None
 Course may be taken as an elective?
Yes
 When will the course next be taught?
Not scheduled
 Textbooks required:
None
 Field trips: None
Materials fee: $15
 Other pertinent information: N/A

If you have further questions about this course, please email Dr. Gorini

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