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    Goucher College
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue
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ART 498 - Senior Seminar II (4 Cr.)

(formerly ART 388)
This is the second in a two course sequence that is the culminating experience for the studio art major. In this second semester students will create a body of work for their thesis exhibition in the
Corrin Gallery or other venue in the greater Baltimore area or on campus. Students are responsible for initiating, developing and creating a body of studio work. Student progress is evaluated
throughout the semester in class critiques and regularly scheduled discussions with their faculty. Students are expected to set ambitious and attainable goals for artwork and to be able to work
independently and consistently in an area of focus. A written artist statement will accompany the presentation of their work. The statement must address the goals and the art historical and
theoretical context for their thesis exhibit. Critique of the thesis exhibit with all studio faculty is required.  Prerequisite: ART 497 . Spring semester, first offered 2018. Program faculty.



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