Fine Arts (FAVA) - Interdisciplinary Practice

FAVA 3106  Interdisciplinary Practice


Twelve credits of 2000 level studio.


Four hours of studio work per week for one term.




In this studio-based course, students will explore the vernacular of interdisciplinary art as it relates to the production of gallery and/or site- specific work. Students will produce artworks synthesizing any of the following: drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, digital photography, performance, and video art. Students will be provided with the opportunity to develop independent work.

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