The political embrace of city competition internationally has combined with the globalization of banking, real estate development and architecture to make urban megaprojects seemingly inevitable.
Water and Wastewater Technology
This course examines wastewater sources and estimates of domestic, commercial and industrial flows. Integrated lecture and design periods cover unit processes for water and wastewater treatment.
This course consists of a morning lecture and an afternoon hands-on workshop with a one hour lunch break.
Watercolor and Abstraction
In a free-form fashion, students will explore the layering of washes and the exploration of form and color. Seen as a vehicle for exploration, this course is appropriate for students of all levels. For the beginner, it serves as a superb introduction to the often elusive medium of watercolor.
This hands-on class will cover camera operation, shutter speed, aperture, focal length, file formats, white balance and traditional photographic principles such as the creative control of light and the art of composition.