While students work on their Division III portfolios and exhibitions, the class will come together around organizing collaborative and individual publications, both in print and online, surrounding students' capstone projects. Group critiques and curatorial problem-solving sessions will also occur. Students will be expected to work a minimum of 6 hours a week outside of class time. Prerequisites: First semester or second semester Division III artists.
|Course Objectives: |
•Investigate historical and contemporary artist’s publications
•Production and design of various forms of publication: online and material
•Develop writing and editing techniques
•Develop a critical vocabulary for discussing contemporary and historical issues in art
•Understand artist's processes, methods, and histories
|Evaluation Criteria: |
•Presence (of mind and body) in class (including punctuality)
•Timely completion of homework assignments
•Participation, which may include: listening to presentations and instruction, being prepared and
working in class, sharing ideas, concepts, and creative explorations, conceptual development with
other students and group projects, analyzing and offering opinions about work in progress and com
pleted works, and being an active participant during critiques and discussions
•Each individual artist's personal, cumulative trajectory, process, and growth over the semester
•Ability to communicate with professor via in class interface, email correspondence, and moodle
•The equivalent of three week's worth of missed classes will result in NO EVALUATION
•Schedule subject to change.
•Homework and readings will be conveyed electronically through email or posted to moodle.
|Additional Info: |
•Supplemental materials will be chosen by students, and course fees will fund a collaborative publication.
•THERE IS AN OPTIONOAL NYC FIELD TRIP ON FRIDAY, MARCH 8, ALL DAY, LEAVING AT 8 AM FROM HC
COURSE FEE: $100
FIELD TRIP: APPROX. $50