GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2008
This term's information was last refreshed on 08 MAY 2015 15:46:03.
Courses taught by T. Kelly Wilson
02101 [M1]: Visual Studies (VIS 0210100)
Workshop - 2 credits
This course is a module. It lasts the first half of the semester only.
Monday 9:00 - 1:00 7 Sumner 402
Thursday 1:15 - 2:00 Gund 111
Tuesday 2:00 - 6:00 7 Sumner 402
Thursday 2:30 - 6:00 7 Sumner 402
T. Kelly Wilson
This course emphasizes the construction of space on the two-dimensional surface by way of freehand drawing. In-class visual exercises identify key concepts in the construction of volume and introduce the student of architecture to techniques and methods of drawing. Homework assignments extend the in-class lesson to the subject of an architectural motif. The student is asked to represent architectural spaces in varying ways, culminating in a visual essay of an architectural subject. Acuity of visual perception, accuracy in measurement and proportion, precision in construction, and an introduction to the ideas of visual structure and critical analysis are issues in this drawing studio. The representation of building design in plan and section attend the freehand drawing focus. The course intends to introduce the relationship between visual perception and analytical construction.
02308: Drawing in the City of Rome (VIS 0230800)
Workshop - 4 credits
T. Kelly Wilson
09201: Independent Study by Candidates for Master's Degrees (ADV 0920100)
Independent Study - 4 credits
Gary Hilderbrand, Brian W. Blaesser, Marco Cenzatti, Preston Scott Cohen, Felipe Correa, Gareth Doherty, Stephen Ervin, Susan Fainstein, Richard T.T. Forman, Jose Gomez-Ibanez, K. Michael Hays, Sanford Kwinter, Anne McGhee, Michael Meredith, Farshid Moussavi, Richard Peiser, Spiro Pollalis, Peter Rowe, Allen Sayegh, Laura Solano, John Stilgoe, Kostas Terzidis, Matthew Urbanski, Bing Wang, Christian Werthmann, T. Kelly Wilson
Students may take a maximum of 8 credit units with different instructors in this course series.Prerequisites: Graduate standing. Candidates may arrange individual work focusing on subjects or issues that are of interest to them but are not available through regularly offered course work. Students must submit an independent study petition and secure approval of their advisor and of the faculty member sponsoring the study.