ARTS 375 - Advanced Projects in Studio Art (SA)
Students will develop a distinctive artistic practice and personal voice by building on previous strengths and addressing weaknesses. Conceptual, perceptual, and technical work will be deepened through a series of thematic prompts culminating in an independent project, to be exhibited at the end of the semester. Through encounters with other artists, select readings, research, presentations, writing, and rigorous critiques, students will pioneer a cohesive body of work and situate it within a legacy of arts practice, disciplinary and inter disciplinary dialogues, social issues, and contemporary arts.
Prerequisites: ARTS 201 or ARTS 202 or ARTS 211 or ARTS 221 or ARTS 231 or ARTS 241 or ARTS 242 or ARTS 251 or ARTS 263 or ARTS 264 or ARTS 271
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Recommended: Studio Arts Emphasis majors must take before the fall of their senior year.
Area of Inquiry: Human Thought and Expression
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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