ARTS 4398: Professional Practices, Preparing to Exhibit Seminar

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Credits 3
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Advanced students have an opportunity to discuss and critique the issues involved in how and when to exhibit their work, whether selecting from a body of existing images or determining the conceptual scope and media parameters of new work. This course also examines the range of choices governing installation preparation and design; documenting work; approaching gallery directors; and writing proposals, or artist’s statements. Required course for all senior BA/BFA students. Prerequisite: a working knowledge, at the advanced level, of 2–D and/or 3–D media.