Electronics is increasingly becoming an important skill for artists, designers, and architects. Artists are embedding circuits into their work to create interactive art or kinetic sculpture. Architects are designing smart buildings that can adapt and change to environmental conditions. Designers are embedding electronics into products, fashion, and interactive displays to enhance the daily quality of our lives. This course is an introduction to electronics for use in art and design. It will concentrate on applications of basic electronic fundamentals and techniques with the aim to design and build your own circuit device. Topics include power supplies, diodes, resistance and capacitance in different circuit composition, sensors, switches, simple circuits and transistor amplifiers. Lectures, demonstrations and critical discussion of work will be the mode for this course. Some models and theories will be presented as they relate to the subject of discussion.