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In lieu of a textbook for this course, we have provided a list of materials for you to obtain in order to complete your hands-on assignments. Some of these materials you may already own or may be able to obtain from your school. Others you may need to purchase or order. Below you will see three lists: Required, Found Objects, and Optional. Some harder-to-find materials are linked to supply stores in this handout to help you as you acquire supplies. Please note: Any links are included for your convenience only. Feel free to order or purchase supplies anywhere you wish.
We strongly recommend that you read the entire syllabus and look through the materials lists early on in the class to ensure you have everything you need for each of the weekly assignments!
The following materials are required for this course. Many of these items will be used multiple times throughout the course as well. We have compiled this list into a Blick U Materials List for easy online purchasing and checkout. If you choose to purchase through Blick U, you can order directly from the list, and remove anything you don’t need before purchasing. Individual examples and starter sets are both included on the list for items like paint, mediums, and brushes. Be sure to select the option that works best for you.
Note: You are not required to purchase from Blick U. The link is simply provided for convenience.
Golden A-Z Acrylic Sets are a nice starter option and contain a variety of both acrylic paints and mediums to experiment with.
This list includes materials that you may need to use throughout the duration of the course. These materials might be found in your home, school, or at a local hardware or craft store.
This list includes materials that you may want to consider depending upon the assignment path and unique projects you choose to complete.