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CRFT2100 - Craft Identities
This studio course will examine how the identity of craft resonates meaning within the contemporary art and design culture. The definition of what craft is, based off of those who consider themselves as crafts artists, can be contradictory and often confusing for the outside world and artists as well. Research, studio practice and discussion will address what craft is and what it does. Students will be able to verbally and visually communicate the core identity of craft with their viewers, consumers, and the general broader audience.

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Description This studio course will examine how the identity of craft resonates meaning within the contemporary art and design culture. The definition of what craft is, based off of those who consider themselves as crafts artists, can be contradictory and often confusing for the outside world and artists as well. Research, studio practice and discussion will address what craft is and what it does. Students will be able to verbally and visually communicate the core identity of craft with their viewers, consumers, and the general broader audience.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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