This course focuses on collaboration and contemplation through the production of art that is place-based and/or responds to social issues. We will engage in aesthetic experimentation and dialogue about the role of artists in the public sphere.
This course will address immersive art and life practices by investigating the historical, cultural, political, and social contexts surrounding a project. You will learn to generate ideas, to connect form to content, and to create art projects that we will share with the world.
You’ll have the chance to research and respond to social and cultural issues that are important to you. Together we will review examples of art, do some reading/listening/watching, and get our hands moving and making with studio assignments.
For the Fall 2020 semester this course will be offered online.