ARTD 7920X Collaborative Strategies
3 hours; 3 credits
A studio course in which students will work together to create co-authored artworks. Emphasis will be placed on experimental works bringing together disparate media. The role of collaboration in the arts will be discussed, including examples of important collaborative groups and examples of different models for collaboration. Students will be challenged to examine new communicative strategies vis-a-vis other artists. The course is taken in the first semester as an introduction to the ideas and art of all the students in the first year of graduate study.
Prerequisite: matriculation for the M.F.A. in art or for the M.A. in art education or permission of the deputy chairperson.
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