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    Goucher College
  Dec 18, 2017
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue
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ART 393 - Junior Seminar: Art and Audience (4 Cr.)

(formerly ART 293)
Art and Audience serves as an introduction to contemporary practices in the visual arts. The course is designed as a seminar and critique course, and emphasizes the relationship between art making, culture, and audience. Students will create artwork based on personal interests, and current and previous art classes. Class discussions and assigned readings develop students’ critical and conceptual skills, while artist lectures and gallery/museum visits help students contextualize their artwork in contemporary artistic practices. Students will receive regularly assigned readings, attend artist presentations and galleries, and participate in class discussions about their own art work. This course is a core requirement for the Art major and minor. Prerequisite: three studio courses, one of which must be a 200-level class or permission of instructor. Spring semester. Program faculty.

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