Visual JournalSemester Course

Visual Journal, Semester Course
Major Discipline(s)
Architecture, Design, Visual Arts
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
3

The visual journal is a process-driven, analytical tool where you record drawn inquiries for this course, as well as for studio, Study Tours, and self-driven studies. The focus of this course is for you to develop skills on facilitating better explorations and understandings of what you perceive: observing, analyzing, and communicating the diverse conditions and possibilities of the physical environments and objects that surround us.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Graphic Design, Studio Art

Faculty

Courtney D. Coyne-Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

CDC is an architect and urbanist working with projects situated in the nexus of teaching-practice-research as a unity. In addition to teaching in DIS, she also teaches architecture and design in the University of Copenhagen and the Royal Danish Academy, and is a Ministry-appointed Examiner for all artistic higher education programmes in Denmark. CDC has prior lived in ZA, NZ, DE, UK, US, IN, BS, and SE, as well as being an invited speaker in JP, PT, CA, AU, IT, and FR. She has published and exhibited globally and won several international grants. CDC warmly welcomes collaborations with others dedicated to architecture and design as critical inquiry, social impact, and serious play. (Pronouns: she/her & they/them)