Sculpture + Expanded Media: BFA Research
Course No. SEM 429 Credits: 0.0
This course is designed to increase student awareness of the current art discourse and the ability to use that knowledge as a means of awareness within the production of their own work. This educational process embraces a variety of approaches to basic problem-solving skills measured against the contemporary practices of the discipline. The students are expected to develop what is often their first significant independent work. Intermediate methods of ideation and research relevant to a professional visual art practice are employed throughout the course. The focus of this course centers on artistic production, conditions of conveyance and presentation. The course culminates in the fall BFA Midyear critique. Required at the senior level for all sculpture majors for BFA thesis work development. Offered fall.
Scott Goss is a multi-media artist whose work explores his relationship to time, memory, and place. Scott&rsqu...more
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