This program is for advanced students working primarily in three-dimensional (3D) art, craft, or design. Working together in a shared studio space, students will design and execute their own independent creative projects and research. Successful students will have prior college-level art training, and be proficient in their material area of interest. Students should expect to work in campus studio spaces, which require advance scheduling.
In addition to independent work, students and faculty will meet weekly to review work in progress, discuss professional practice topics, and seminar on a communally developed list of critical readings. Students will have the opportunity to develop in-program internships. Workshops, field-trips, and interactions with the local arts community will be facilitated through the Creative Arts Incubator pilot. Writing practices will include short critical responses, and the development and completion of academic and artist statements. At the conclusion of the quarter, students will present their work and research through a structured critique, a multimedia presentation, or an interactive demonstration.
Qualified students will have prior college-level experience in 3D art, design, or craft methods, and can show that they are ready to design and independently execute an advanced capstone project. Students are welcome to contact Julia Heineccius (email@example.com) with questions prior to the November 28th, 2018 Academic Fair. To Apply: Applicants will submit 3-5 images of creative work, and a 200 word description of their proposed project, no later than November 30th, 2018.
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Material costs will be individually determined by the student and the requirements of their planned project. Students can expect to spend in the range of $100-$300.