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FINE3101 - Fine Arts Integrated Studio II
Integrates theory and practice with investigations through a wide range of culture, politics, and art. Topics such as Feminism, Marxism, and Post-Colonialism, as well as personal artistic concerns, are examined as they align with current art theories and critical schools of thought across all of the Fine Arts, as they relate to expressive and contextual implications specific to material and process. Assimilating this information and identifying its relevance by making connections between personal studio practices and the contemporary art world are the basis for a balanced approach between artistic practice and cultural research, realized in a series of challenging projects and workshops, writings, readings, and experiences.

Integrated
Description Integrates theory and practice with investigations through a wide range of culture, politics, and art. Topics such as Feminism, Marxism, and Post-Colonialism, as well as personal artistic concerns, are examined as they align with current art theories and critical schools of thought across all of the Fine Arts, as they relate to expressive and contextual implications specific to material and process. Assimilating this information and identifying its relevance by making connections between personal studio practices and the contemporary art world are the basis for a balanced approach between artistic practice and cultural research, realized in a series of challenging projects and workshops, writings, readings, and experiences.
Prerequisites FINE2101 / Integrated <min grade = D-, min credit = 6.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 6.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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