|Instructor Info:||William Brayton|
This course will integrate advanced level drawing assignments with two student defined half semester long independent projects. Readings, slide talks, field trips to nearby drawing sites, and independent research will provide a context for the development of a personal and cohesive body of work. Drawing as a visual practice will be defined broadly to allow for the exploration of forms and imagery across multiple genres, media and dimensions. Group critiques will provide a critical environment and offer a forum for the discussion of contemporary issues in drawing. Prerequisite: At least two drawing courses at the college level. Additional coursework in art history and other visual art media is highly recommended.
Evaluation Based on:
60% Development of Assignments
20% Participation in Critiques
20% Class Attendance: Miss 3 evaluation affected, Miss 4 no evaluation
(Attendance on all critique days is mandatory)
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