ART 4803 - Senior Studio I
This senior-level course focuses on preparing conceptual ideas for final departmental experiences such as the senior graduation exhibition. The course focuses on the critical interpretation of art. Emphasis is placed on incorporating design elements, material handling, technique, concept development and expression, and in the work’s meaning. In-depth individual and group critique analysis is expected. Upon successful completion of this course, students complete a formal presentation of the conceptual idea for their senior graduation exhibition.
Prerequisites: Must be a senior in their second to last term
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Explore personal aesthetic and conceptual ideas/ interpretations through the completion of professional artworks
- Demonstrate mastery of skills in a chosen media while utilizing the principles of design and composition
- Create a formal proposal detailing concepts and plans for the senior exhibition.
- Produce a professional portfolio with high quality documentation.
ART 4803 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Required Course Materials:
Studio project materials based on individual needs. Please plan for $150 in supplies.
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