UARTS 250: Creative Process (Architecture Section)

Monday, 1:00 - 5:00pm
Ishan Pal Singh

Creative Process is a 4-credit course that enables students to explore the creative process through a structured sequence of exercises in four studio modules: sound, motion, visual images/objects, and verbal/symbolic language. Faculty from Art & Design; Music, Theatre & Dance; Architecture; and Engineering introduce a variety of creative strategies for generating problem solving ideas through hands-on projects. Weekly online colloquia, discussions, and light readings supplement projects. Grading is based upon attendance, class participation, a journal, four mini-projects, evidence of intellectual and creative process development, and a final culminating project. This course is appropriate for U-M undergraduate and graduate students at all levels and in all disciplines. It is a fast paced, information-rich educational experience, offering insights that will make creativity and innovation an integral part of life and work.

Taubman College 
Architecture and Urban Planning
Room #2106
2000 Bonisteel Blvd
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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