Gärna mjuk så att mina kinder har något lika lent att gosa med.
It should be colorful (so I can be seen if the plane would land in the sea).
Very soft so that my cheeks have something equally soft to cuddle with.
But not to worry, folks. I’ve finally found home. This morning I woke up as any other day, but on Facebook I had received a msg saying that our rooms are online and we can check it out, and guess what? (you’re not very smart if you can’t, just sayin). I got a single room on campus, really close to my classes and will be living with 4 other ppl (sharing the common room) from CA. Guess who spent the morning stalking my future homies on google? Not me.
I will be staying there for 3 quarters, about 9 months or so. Maybe 9½? So even though it’s not longer that 12 months at least I’ll be in the same place for almost one year.
Drawing this map, made me realize something, aside from the fact that I’m an awesome artist, (Picasso who?) and that ppl actually can't see anything that I drew in paint, is that I did stay at 2 places more than 12 months. Back at my parents house and my first place in Lund.
COGN 20. Introduction to Communication (4)
An historical introduction to the development of the means of human communication, from language and early symbols through the introduction of writing, printing, and electronic media, to today’s digital and multimedia revolution. Examines the effect of communications media on human activity, and the historical forces that shape their development and use. Offered fall, winter, and spring quarters.
1. Introduction to Art Making: Two-Dimensional Practices (4)
An introduction to the concepts and techniques of art making with specific reference to the artists and issues of the twentieth century. Lectures and studio classes will examine the nature of images in relation to various themes. Drawing, painting, found objects, and texts will be employed. Prerequisites: none. This course is offered only one time each year.
40. Introduction to Computing in the Arts (4)
(Cross-listed with ICAM 40.) An introduction to the conceptual uses and historical precedents for the use of computers in art making. Preparation for further study in the computer arts area by providing overview of theoretical issues related to the use of computers by artists. Introduces the students to the program’s computer facilities and teaches them basic computer skills. Prerequisites: none. Materials fee required.
70N. Introduction to Media (6)
Operating as both a lecture and production course, this introductory class provides a technical foundation and theoretical context for all subsequent production-oriented film and video studies. In the laboratory, the student will learn the basic skills necessary to initiate video production. Completion of Visual Arts 70N is necessary to obtain a media card. Prerequisites:none. Materials fee required.