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ART2999 – AFA-Visual Art Capstone Exhibition pdf

Credits: 1 (0/1/0)
Description: This class serves as the conceptual and technical culmination of the AFA-Visual Arts program. Students will complete a self-directed project that results in an individual or group exhibition. Advanced study, research and individualized art-making required.
Prerequisites: This course must be taken in the semester of graduation. This course requires instructor approval.
Corequisites: ART2260 AND Must be taken in the semester of graduation of the AFA-Visual Art
Competencies:
  1. Discuss and defend the conceptual and technical art-making choices in a critique of the student's work by peers and an outside guest critic.
  2. Formulate and design a layout for a visual arts exhibition.
  3. Employ conceptual and technical art-making approaches in the production of exhibited artworks.
  4. Explain conceptual and/or theoretical approaches to art-making in a written artist statement.
MnTC goal areas:
  • (2) Critical Thinking
  • (6) The Humanities and Fine Arts

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