ART 2400 - Form + Content
This junior-level course analyzes the subject, form, and content in historical and contemporary movements through studio projects and research. Art theory and aesthetics are investigated alongside significant world events in an effort to better understand the context of art history. Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to demonstrate a knowledge of visual vocabulary and examine their own conceptual development in studio practices.
Prerequisites: Completion of 30+ credits
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Examine traditional and non-traditional art methodologies and visual communication methods.
- Demonstrate an understanding of contemporary theories, subject matter, and visual vocabulary through discussions, presentations, and formal writing
- Understand where their work and individual practices and interests fit into the art world through writing and presentations.
ART 2400 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Required Course Materials:
- 1-2” three ring binder with 40 sheet protectors
- Studio project materials based on individual needs. Please plan for $150 in supplies.
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