Didactic 2: Nightmare

Nightmare

The image above provides the authors visual representation of the word nightmare.  The material used to create this image were inking pens and a brush pen. The word nightmare is visually represented through a lot of dark shadowy figures, drawing closer to the frightened man hiding him himself under sheets.

Reminders for ENG 1101

A few reminders:

  • Please go to the City Tech Library, 4th Floor of the Library Building at 1pm for class on Monday, 11/12, for our library session on finding sources for our Glossument project.
  • Please review the Project #4 assignment
  • Your homework is to contribute at least 2 entries to our shared Annotated Bibliography, by 11/12. Please follow the instructions in the document and see my sample entries as models.
  • Continue your work on Project #3, and look for comments from me to help guide you through your next steps.

 

Reminder: Owning Your Narrative

Just a reminder that this event is coming up tomorrow!


Hello all! I strongly encourage  you to mark your calendar and attend this important event hosted by COMD and AIGA’s Emerge initiative.

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“We are hosting a panel discussion/ workshop about story-telling, especially the telling and owning of diverse perspectives. I want our students to understand the power of their story. ”
–¬†Prof. George Garrastegui, Jr., AIGA Diversity & Inclusion Task Force

Owning Your Narrative
Tuesday Oct 2nd, 6pm ‚Äď 8:30pm
NYC College of Technology
Pearl Room 114/115

Invited Panel Guests:
Ruki Ravikumar
Director of Education, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Stefanie Smith
Director, Inclusion & Diversity at The One Club for Creativity

 Shaton Winston
Creative Lead / Copywriter / Content Strategist

COMD1100 Reminder for Monday’s Class

Project #1 is DUE

  • Bring finished Inked Compositions on 9√ó12‚Ä≥ Bristol Board (1 stable, 1¬†ambiguous) to class for critique.
  • Your Design Process posts Phases 1-3¬†should be complete and ready to present.
  • If you do not have your work complete, please come to class to participate and support your classmates.

Materials Needed for THIS Monday’s Class:

  • The used book that you are using for your Glossument
  • Materials of your choice: paint, brushes, collage materials, glue stick,¬†X-ACTO knife, scissors, inking pens, etc.
  • We will spend time working on your Glossument in class after the critique.

See you soon!