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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art/Fine Arts (FA)
FA
4193
Professional Practices
Professional Practices
Summer 2015
3
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Seminar
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FA 6293 - Professional Practices

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FA 6293 - Professional Practices
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A wide overview of the contemporary art world, including how artists promote their work to galleries, public art organizations, and museums; writing successful grant proposals, artist statements, essays, and reviews; and comparing the quality of venues for art and art journalism.
• To develop a critical and practical knowledge of the visual art profession. • To engage in a dialogue around the social and ethical aspects of art production and presentation. • To develop clear and concise written and verbal skills through critical writing and oral presentations. • To produce a cohesive and meaningful portfolio of work. • To learn about the fiscal and commercial aspects of exhibiting your work. • To engage in collaboration through various projects. • To learn about the various models of presentation in the art world.
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CCAS-GCR: CPA
SPHHS-Creative/Performing Arts

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