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Department of Art Fall 2021 Registration Special Topic Courses in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, and Print Media!

Contributed by Doreen Brown on 04/07/21 

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Explore and immerse yourself in the focus of a Special Topic Course: I/A Drawing: Love and Sorrow, I/A Painting: Form as Content, I/A Sculpture, and I/A Print: Inter-Process Printed Works.

 

ST Intermediate Drawing: Love and Sorrow

CRN 20303 ART-21900-01

ST Advanced Drawing: Love and Sorrow

CRN 20314 ART-31900-01

M/W 9:00am-11:40am

Instructor:  Candice Chu

Love and Sorrow is a rigorous studio drawing course which will explore form, process, and material as a way of accessing concepts related to the sublime. The historic sublime contemplates the terrible vastness and magnificence of humanity and nature--this course will explore the making of art as serious inquiry into the human experience as wildly complex, contradictory, tragic, humorous, beautiful, horrific, transcendent, and banal. We will use one potential dichotomy, love and sorrow, to motivate drawings which encircle history, society, and interpersonal relations (and to answer the question, how and why do we make art now?)

The intermediate level class will focus on what it means to observe and to look with love and sorrow. The advanced level class will focus on developing a deeply felt personal art practice based in drawing that is unapologetically and radically humanistic and contemporary.

ST Intermediate Painting: Form as Content

CRN 20307 ART-24900-01

ST Advanced Painting:  Form as Content

CRN 20316 ART-34900-01

T/R 5:25pm-8:05pm

Instructor: Neil Infalvi

This course serves as a deep investigation into painting materials, techniques, and craft - a celebration of the painting medium.  The course focuses on the inherent material qualities of paint and its various supports and how they become integral parts of content and concept.  Students will develop material knowledge, adjacent practices, painting discourse, and independent research.  Students will learn about painting production as it responds to new conditions in the contemporary art world. 

ST Intermediate Sculpture: Objects and Space

CRN 20308 ART-25900-01

ST Advanced Sculpture: Objects and Space

CRN 20317 ART-35900-01

M/W 2:00pm-4:40pm

Instructor: Christina Leung

Intermediate Sculpture: Objects and Space

This course explores sculpture's evolution from commemorative memorial atop a pedestal to self-referential object and contemporary modes of installation. Students will focus on developing their technique and craft, strengthening their material acuity in wood, metal, clay, and others. Students will develop a conceptual and visual sensitivity to the object, its context, and the space it occupies via fabrication, critical thinking, independent research, and problem-solving to make work that participates in a contemporary sculpture dialogue. 

Advanced Sculpture: Objects and Space

This course explores sculpture's evolution from commemorative memorial atop a pedestal to self-referential object placed on the floor and more contemporary modes of installation.  Students will use their knowledge of materials to manipulate the object and the space via installation.  The course will focus on student-driven concepts, fabrication, critical thinking, independent research, and problem-solving to make work that participates in a contemporary sculpture dialogue. 

ST Intermediate Print: Inter-Process Printed Works

CRN 20312 ART-26900-01

ST Advanced Print: Inter-Process Printed Works

CRN 20319 ART-36900-01

T/R 9:25am-12:05pm

Instructor:  Paloma Barhaugh-Bordas

Within the broad range of art-makers, printmakers hold the unique position of being the “graphic responder.” Much of printmaking’s historic strength lies in its capacity to adapt mark-making and mediums, building its own visual language by transforming and cannibalizing images, words, and ideas. Can these self-renewing characteristics act as leverage for the medium in our digital age? How do we advance upon the vital components of printmaking—collaboration, reproduction, image transformation and broad dissemination—while concurrently perpetuating an evocative and contemporary dialogue?

This course examines these questions from the broad foundation of art-making and invites a mixed-media approach to printmaking. There will be three sections in each of Photo-Lithography, Monoprinting, and Bookmaking. Advanced students will also complete several investigative writing exercises over the course of the semester. The lectures, readings, site visits and accompanying studio work will expand on printmaking as a pervasive and shape-shifting force in contemporary art.

 

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