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Experiments in Visual Thinking

Division: Fine Arts, Comm, and New Media

Department: Visual Art

Course: ART 2950

Title: Experiments in Visual Thinking

Description: Experiments in Visual Thinking is an idea-driven studio course designed to teach students to solve visual, conceptual, and material problems through interpretation and invention. Emphasis is placed on imagination, experimentation, audience, and on gaining an understanding of the rationale behind one's own and others artistic production. This course incorporates current themes in contemporary art. Students develop an expanded visual vocabulary of contemporary art practices while learning how to visually and verbally communicate their ideas and process. Students are expected to be self-motivated and directed. Class hours are devoted to lectures, discussions, presentations, demonstrations, studio time, and critiques. (Additional fee required)

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