ART2999 - AFA-Visual Art Capstone Exhibition

Credits
1 (0/1/0)
Description
This class serves as the conceptual and technical culmination of the AFA-Visual Arts program. Students will complete a self-directed project that results in an individual or group exhibition. Advanced study, research and individualized art-making required.
Prerequisites
This course must be taken in the semester of graduation. This course requires instructor approval.
Corequisites
ART2260 AND Must be taken in the semester of graduation of the AFA-Visual Art
Competencies
  1. Discuss and defend the conceptual and technical art-making choices in a critique of the student's work by peers and an outside guest critic.
  2. Formulate and design a layout for a visual arts exhibition.
  3. Employ conceptual and technical art-making approaches in the production of exhibited artworks.
  4. Explain conceptual and/or theoretical approaches to art-making in a written artist statement.
Goal Areas
2. Critical Thinking
6. The Humanities and Fine Arts
Degrees that use this course

Visual Art

Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)