Category Archives: Assignments

Spring ’16 – 18th Year of Visual Thinking at LMU

Just finished another semester of Visual Thinking at Loyola Marymount University. The individual expression of the students is what always keeps the course fresh and interesting. Here are some of their project images…

First Team Projects

Good job on the wikis about Light + Space art. I know for a number of you it was the first time you’ve collaborated this way, and I appreciate everyone’s effort. Future team projects will be more open ended in terms of the form of […]

Drawing as an act of meditation

The course emphasizes abstract, process-oriented drawing. Too many people have been damaged when they were children by harsh criticism of their attempts at representational drawing. A favorite drawing process of mine, is “Seeing-Drawing” which was invented by Freidrich Franck, and described in his book, “The […]

First Meeting – September 3rd

INTRO & SURVEY – definitions, and use of Visual Thinking SYLLABUS – format of course, grading methods, contacts, due dates, supplies. THE USE OF WEB 2.0 – step one, we’ll be using VoiceThread a lot. It’s an informal way to share thoughts and opinions about […]