janelle ancrum’s Profile

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janelle ancrum
Academic interests

art

Bio

My name is janelle ancrum but my friends call me nelly.Im twenty two years old.I love collecting comics,anime and buttons.Im very quiet until i get to know you.My major is art and advertising.I love to eat chicken and mash potatoes.I am native american and african american.One day i would like to visit japan or korea to try their delicious foods.

My Courses

Three Dimensional Design COMD #3292 (Formerly #1292)

Three Dimensional Design COMD #3292 (Formerly #1292)

Principles of three-dimensional design. Course covers an analysis of form and space. Topics include: hollow forms both geometric and organic; architectonic organization of space; light and shadow; geometric solids; the modular unit; form and structure in nature; linear forms with membranes; movement. Applications to packaging, architecture, sculpture and environmental design and graphics. Materials and inherent properties governing their use in form and space.

COMD4830 Senior Project, S2018

COMD4830 Senior Project, S2018

In this course students, working with individual faculty, will develop and complete a semester project for presentation. Assignments may include corporate identity programs, public service advertising/graphic design campaigns, design and illustration of a children’s book, website development and design, re-design of a magazine. A minimum of eight (8) meetings with the Senior Project advisor(s) must be scheduled to meet the requirements of the course. Each student enrolled in the course will meet with the advisor to discuss the ongoing developments within the project. Ongoing project evaluations will be maintained by the faculty advisor(s). Final evaluations will be made by the faculty advisor and the Senior Project review committee.

COMD4801 E284 PORTFOLIO Spring 2017

COMD4801 E284 PORTFOLIO Spring 2017

Professor MB Kilkelly Spring 2017 PORTFOLIO Monday, 6:00-9:20 pm G-203

ENG1101 D365 SP2016 Garcia

ENG1101 D365 SP2016 Garcia

English 1101 is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including the use of the library. The goal is to prepare students not only for success in academic writing but also for effective participation in and critical understanding of the public and professional discourses of the world beyond the classroom.

COMD4900 HD99 [34429] Fa2017

COMD4900 HD99 [34429] Fa2017

Internship in Communication Design Assignment to field work/study situations of approximately eight to ten plus hours per week at a graphic arts-related internship site approved by the department internship director. Sites may be in areas such as advertising, printing, corporate communications or publishing. Students keep a log/journal to be shared in group seminars/discussions. Supervision is by faculty and by the job supervisor. Students will be required to keep a learning journal of their internship in the form of a blog using Openlab.

My Projects

Architecture Resources & Utilities

Architecture Resources & Utilities

We are looking to collect a list of useful and valuable Resources, Utilities or Organizations in use by our Faculty, our Students and Professional Colleagues. We ask that you respond to the posts below by telling us about the things you use and qualify the post in the following way: Please add your Resources, Utilities or Organizations to the Project Website: (see link at right)

My Clubs

City Tech Ink Club

City Tech Ink Club

City Tech’s Ink Club is a place where illustrators and sequential artists can discuss and practice their craft in storytelling. On Openlab we’ll share links to helpful resources, general information, and post about events ad work we’re creating.

City Tech Printmaking Club

City Tech Printmaking Club

This club is open to all City Tech students, but was originally conceived for the students of the Advertising Design & Graphic Arts (ADGA) Department. We have formed to help bring traditional printmaking techniques back into the general awareness of our members in order to ground them more fully in the philosophy and heritage of graphic arts design and production. We work to offer informative lectures, presentations, exhibitions, demonstrations, and field trips for our students to explore all forms of printmaking, including but not limited to screenprint, relief, lithography, and intaglio.