ART 3301 - Special Topics in Fine Arts
This intermediate course focuses on both concepts and skills outside the Fine Arts degree core coursework expanding awareness of materials and concepts available in the field of fine art. Each Special Topics in Fine Art class is unique and proposed by RMCAD professors. Contemporary and/or traditional materials and methods are introduced, including, but not limited to: kinetic and electronic art, public art, earth art, interactive art, sound and light, relational art, intervention art, and figure studies. Upon successful completion of this course, students are versed in the topic selected for the term and create work that demonstrates this knowledge.
Prerequisites: Completion of 45+ credits or approval of department Chair
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Produce work that represents methods introduced in the special topic of the course.
ART 3301 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Studio project materials based on individual needs. Please plan for $150 in supplies.
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