ART 406

Studies in Drawing, Photo, Media and Interdisciplinary Practices II

Units: 9.0

Hours: 1.5-7.5

Advanced application of conceptual, technical and creative skills in the independent research and production of self directed projects in the areas of drawing, photo, digital media and interdisciplinary practices. Understanding that academic explorations are linked with art practice, students will explore the contextualization of their work in relation to significant areas of contemporary thought. Team taught by faculty from Visual Arts and other disciplines, this course includes both studio and seminar components.

Prerequisites:

  • 9 units of 300-level ART courses.

Recommendation(s):

Undergraduate course in Visual Arts offered by the Department of Visual Arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Schedules:
Summer Fall Spring

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