ART 3500 - Experimental Studies
This upper-division course examines experimental studies of 21st century skills and concepts. Students explore definitions and applications of contemporary sensibilities. The merging of existing art forms into innovative and experimental approaches, including the utilization of new technologies, also blends into considerations of site and audience in this multi-dimensional course. Upon successful completion of this course, the student’s project exhibits awareness of current art practices, as well as increased art literacy and understanding of the role of technology and experimentation in contemporary art.
Prerequisites: Completion of 60+ credits
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Explore innovative and experimental approaches in professional artworks while developing a cognizance of relevant art/aesthetic/social issues.
- Consider site and audience while conceptualizing, analyzing and evaluating information gathered by research, observation, experience, reasoning and communication.
- Create experimental artworks/events informed by contemporary art research that demonstrates mastery of basic skills and ideation strategies with in the use of experimental media while utilizing the principles of design and composition.
ART 3500 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Required Course Materials:
Studio project materials based on individual needs. Please plan for $150 in supplies.
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