Painting II: The Shifting Landscapes of the Mind, Nature, and History|
Fall 2016 not offered
Since the beginning of time, people have created art to document events in nature and society and to convey ideas and emotions as they responded to shifting conditions in the world--be they man-made or natural. Before written language, visual expressions of morality, concepts of the future, and abstract thought in the sciences and religion were represented in painting. Whenever dramatic shifts were experienced in society, painting documented them and commented on them. In this class, the skills and knowledge gained in ARST439 will serve as the foundation upon which students will be challenged to become technically proficient while they explore the topic of shifting landscapes or the shifting viewpoints of the mind, history, and nature. The themes, prompts, and concerns addressed in this course will allow for any formal, conceptual, or stylistic form of expression to resolve them--each student will be working differently. The goal of this class is for students to become fluent with the medium and make aesthetic choices that can best convey their ideas about and responses to each prompt. Lectures and meaningful class discussions will provide information and feedback about historical and contemporary issues and the plans for work. Individual and group critiques as well as museum and gallery trips will complement class work.
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|Course Format: Studio||Grading Mode: Graded|
||Prerequisites: (ARST131 AND ARST239)
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (ARST)
A list of suggested readings will be distributed.
|Examination and Assignments: |
Regular assignments and a final portfolio. At least ten hours of independent studio work is required each week throughout the semester. Regular in-class individual and group critiques.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Prerequisite: ARST131 AND ARST439
Admission to the course is based on the quality of work from ARST 439.
The group interview session will be on Saturday, April 13 at 12:00 PM sharp in Art Studio South Room 103. Please submit a POI Request by noon on Friday, April 12.