>I'm also playing around with the idea of taking ART 100 (Drawing I),
>d) it's annoyed me for a long time that my hands don't know what to do
>with my ridiculously visual imagination.
For what it's worth; while that is amongst the best reasons to do art (s'why I went for it, though also because I lacked the verbal capacity to describe my imagination to other people, which is less of a concern in your case), it's...uh, not a -fast- process. Like most creative tasks, you will inevitably spend the first couple years and x amount of works making nothing but utter junk that you will throw out. In varying degrees of disgust. After that it gets better, but taking a class would mostly be just a way to garuantee some time aside to get a feel for it.
I'm not sure whether this should be considered an incentive or a warning. Probably both!
(As for the Symphony title graphic, I like the B5 per-season approach concept suggested earlier. It appeals to my visual senses and I am not good with setting reasonable goals.)