Composition in the Arts|
Fall 2020 not offered
ARST 308, THEA 308|
Composition, the manner in which elements are combined or related to form a whole in space and time, is a basic practice in all the arts. This course brings together practitioners from diverse art forms and traditions to address the basic issue of composition.
In this seminar, we will explore the compositional process through assignments that address the interacting concepts of site and information. By "site," we mean a semantic field extending through corporeal, environmental, and social dimensions. By "information," we mean representations abstracted from sites, "meaningless" when independent of any specific semantic interpretation. Participants will compose individual and collaborative interventions in a wide range of sites--public, private, physical, and electronic--in response to the problems posed.
This course is permission-of-instructor, and is intended for upper-level majors in Art, Dance, Film, Music, and Theatre, and others with sustained compositional practices suitable to the course.
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|Course Format: Studio||Grading Mode: Student Option|
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (ARST)(MUSC)(THEA)
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This course will count as a Music theory/composition course, a Studio Art course, and a Theater course.
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