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Class Schedule Listing - 2017 Summer I (May 17, 2024)

 

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Japanese Graphic Design History - 7564 - ASST 3000 - 814
CL: Art Hist 2800 (811). Notes: An extra media fee of 4,400 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Repeatable for credit across different topics (consult with the AAC for details). Students must contact the AAC if they wish to concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 3000 in the same semester. Topical Section Description: A survey topic course examining the development of graphic design and the emergence of Modernism in the Japanese context. This class will examine the development of commercial art to graphic design utilizing a variety of readings of history, theory and criticism, lectures, video content, examinations of historical physical ephemera, and in-class discussions. The course will provide students with a working understanding of Japanese graphic design history across typography. Students will participate in field trips that will supplement their developing understanding of history by seeing how past aesthetics influence the contemporary moment, as well as examining historical design work. The course is designed to enhance students’ visual vocabularies, as well as examine methodological underpinnings of design, the development of visual styles of form-making, typography, the emergence of modernism in Japan, and to provide a sense of contemporary aesthetics as an accretive culmination of cultural development. Students will examine the roles that graphic designers have played in history, as well as examining notions of design authorship, exploring design writing, giving brief presentations on historical Japanese designers based on personal research, and being introduced to foreign designers and socioeconomic forces which helped to mold Japanese design as a sector of cultural production.

Associated Term: 2017 Summer I
Registration Dates: Mar 29, 2017 to Jun 02, 2017
Registration Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate

Japan Campus
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Classroom In-Person Instructional Method
Credit Hours: 4.000

Seats Available: 36


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm MWF Azabu Hall - Japan 00212 May 29, 2017 - Aug 02, 2017 Base Lecture Ian Lynam (P)E-mail



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