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(ART 385) Contemporary Art Studio

A course devoted to the study of contemporary art and ideas through examining modern and postmodern art movements and creating artwork in these styles using a variety of media and modalities.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites ART 119 and either (156 or 255 or 265)
Offered Spring
Programs Minor in Painting, Minor in Sculpture, Visual Arts (BA), Visual Arts (BFA)

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

  1. Students will demonstrate the ability to use the elements of design to express ideas and emotional content through projects created with a variety of techniques and modalities.
  2. Students will show the ability to think critically and metacognitively through projects, critiques, class discussions, reports, and presentations.
  3. Students will make insightful observations about culture and society through visual imagery.
  4. Students will show the development of their unique aesthetic sensibility, voice and style through studio projects.