ART 3001 - Rome Studio

Description
This class will concentrate on the development, through research and material experimentation, of a studio practice informed by historical and social context. Different research and production methodologies will be encouraged to develop a practice that is critical, self-sustaining, and flexible. Specific attention will be paid to implications of transferring artistic practice to Rome, i.e., the way the specificities and generalities of a new geographical setting inform one's work. Required course for B.F.A. students participating in Rome. Taught in Rome, Italy.
Credits
6
Attributes
CU-ITL
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018
Offered
MTh
Avg. Sections
1