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Viewing: FA 6290 : Special Topics: Fine Arts

Last approved: Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:02:52 GMT

Last edit: Sun, 12 Feb 2017 17:45:51 GMT

Old number - no longer needed
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art-Fine Arts and Art History (ART)
FA
6290
Special Topics: Fine Arts
Special Topics: Fine Arts
Summer 2017
3
Course Type
Studio Course
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade
graduate students only
Yes
10
30
Yes
FA 2190 - Special Topics: Fine Arts

Corequisites

12

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
FA 2190 - Special Topics: Fine Arts
Yes
Fee Type
Lab
105
Fine arts courses require lab fees of $105. This fee is used for the department to purchase supplies and equipment and hire models and lab supervisors.
No


May be repeated for credit provided the topic differs.

Uploaded a Course Syllabus
The faculty members of the Department of Fine Arts and Art History would like to create a new course titled Special Topics: Fine Arts, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
We currently offer advanced special topics courses in specific media that corresponds to each of the department’s Fine Arts programs (Special Topics: Drawing, Special Topics: Painting, Special Topics: Sculpture, Special Topics: Ceramics, Special Topics: Photography, and Special Topics: New Media). These course numbers serve the purpose when the course is limited to working in a single media. However, more and more the department is offering courses that extend beyond conventional studio areas, such as a recent course that explored the relationship between video and sculpture.
The syllabus included in this packet is for a course in which students will be expected to integrate Sculpture and New Media. Instead of crosslisting the course with Special Topics: Sculpture and Special Topics: New Media, which causes confusion in that neither course number is appropriate, it makes more sense to have a course number for these kinds of courses – Special Topics: Fine Arts. Furthermore, the Fine Arts faculty is considering making it a requirement that undergraduate students complete a minimum of at least one studio course that is not specific to one media, so this new course number will allow us to track curricular requirements.
Finally, these types of courses are necessary precisely because professional artists often work in interdisciplinary ways. Therefore, courses that extend beyond single media is a true reflection of contemporary art practice in the 21st century.
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