Photo Major 2.2: Sophomore Seminar
Course No. PHV 268 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Jacob Koestler
This course serves as an introduction to the rigors of studio practice, fundamentals of critical theory and development of an individualized and cohesive portfolio. This course engages the student in research, writing, creative content, and project development. Students gain an ability to visualize and verbally articulate their ideas, understanding the semantics of visual communication, augmented through a schedule of directed readings and range of critique strategies. This active and immersed practice positions the student’s work in relation to the larger arena of historical and contemporary art in a social context. Required of sophomore Photo majors. Offered spring.
Nancy McEntee is a Professor of Photography at the Cleveland Institute of Art. She received her Master of Fine...more
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