2 terms, non-solid 2 days/week (Mon & Thurs or Tues & Fri), 1 credit
This course will encourage exploration of aesthetic and communication techniques involved in producing a collaborative project across multiple disciplines in the Fine Arts. This covers basic theory and practice of working collaboratively with other artists with a shared goal of inspiring different attitudes and means of creating art in a group setting. Along with completing assignments, class members are expected to communicate with each other outside of class continuing work and discussions. This can include, but not be exclusive to: problems, solutions, information, etc.
Projects will culminate with discussion and viewing of finished work (critiques) utilizing a framework that encourages students to “Clean Notice”, “Compliment”, “Criticize” and “Correct” class artifacts. Students are expected to present completed projects and defend artistic choices from concept to realization and/or compromises evident or otherwise in final pieces.