Prerequisite: Successful completion of ARTS 569. (Second semester/Lab fee/3 credits) One weekend per month for four months.
Individual research and personal career development are the focus of the course designed to assist the student in developing a personal artistic statement, setting goals and creating a cohesive body of work. Through a study of gallery installation, studio organization and marketing, students will prepare for and present a professional exhibition of their work. Class time will be devoted to presentation of work and group critique, individual problem solving, aesthetic discussions and information about professional development, studio organizatiogallery installation, marketing, legal and ethical issues.