Topics in Studio Art|
Fall 2009 not offered
Artists in all media have historically responded to common, formal, and ideological motivations. These motivations encompass the very fabric of a liberal arts education. This course is intended to strengthen such a liberal conversation among the various studio art disciplines, as well as to develop that conversation as the foundation for making art. The course centers on a topic determined by the instructor. The class will function as a study group (of painters, sculptors, photographers, etc.) that tackles the topic through the act of making. The topic will be introduced through readings and visual precedents, and through discussion we will determine means to respond as artists, each student in his or her own medium. These individual responses will then be analyzed in group critiques. Later in the semester, students will be asked to expand their investigations to include studio disciplines other than their own. This course is offered as an elective for studio arts majors but can, at the discretion of the instructor, be offered to majors from other departments with adequate experience in visual arts. Students are expected to be capable of self-expression in at least one visual art medium for admission to the class.
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|Course Format: Studio||Grading Mode: Graded|
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Additional fee: $40
This an upper level course, for which some students will not be adequately prepared. Instructor will review student capabilities to determine readiness for this course.
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