Instructor: Clayton Merrell 412-512-8590 Assistance: Lena Chen (send urgent email in title) Website: https://sites.google.com/andrew.cmu.edu/trs1-risk-agency-failure Slideshows: on website Shared Presentation: (Here) Meetings: (Zoom)
Meeting ID: 950 3746 0171
Passcode: 912158 Prof. Office Hours: (Zoom) (Phone: 412-512-8590") Piazza: Here TRS Shared Presentations: (Here) Reading List: (Here) (TODO: read the reading list)
Written Assignment: Canvas Self-critiques Well-researched proposals Presentations Critical Writing Sketch Book (can be digital)
Participation: on time, with work ready Attendance: grade reduce by 1 letter grade after 3 absence or 3 late arrival :warning: (with videos on) Late Assignment: 10% reduction per day
A = Developed the requirements of the class to their fullest. Work shows extraordinary dedication and innovation. B = Satisfied the requirements of the class in innovative and thorough ways. Work stands out for quality and effort. C = Satisfied the requirements of the class. Work submitted on time, acceptably well done. D = Satisfied most of the requirements of the class. Some assignments late and/or poorly done. R = Satisfied less than 60% of the requirements of the class, more than a few assignments late or poorly done.
Fine drawing papers of a higher quality than what I sent: Such as acid Free/neutral PH 100% cotton 22x30 paper like
Stonehenge, BFK Rives, Arches 88, Lana, Lenox, Fabriano, Arches cover, etc.
Or a pad of heavier (70 – 90 lb) general purpose drawing paper
Chipboard or cardboard for making stencils, models, etc.
Drawing pencils in a range of densities from very soft to medium hard
Compressed graphite, compressed charcoal, conte crayons and/or vine charcoal
Kneaded eraser and/or gum, white or other soft eraser
A nice long straightedge
A small set of gouache paints or pastels, or colored pencils or colored inks, acrylic paints, etc.
Staple Gun & Staples
Crazy interesting objects that you find in the trash
hands-on in facilities and workshops
online workshop Here
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