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    The University of the Arts
   
 
  Jan 18, 2018
 
 
    
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

FACR 215 - Subjects/Formats

1.5 credits
This is a required studio course that explores subject/format issues that cross over between the traditional fine arts disciplines. Students in the Painting/Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, and Multidiscipline tracks will work from a common syllabus and develop artworks within the traditional framework of their studio base. Three projects will be assigned over the course of the semester. Each project assignment will be limited by a specified subject matter and a specified format. Each of the three project periods will conclude with a group critique. This course is sequentially linked to FACR 216-Research Practices. Course begins Spring 2009. Prerequisites & Notes Corequisite: FACR 216

Priority enrollment to Multidisciplinary majors.

Restrictions Not Recommended for Foundation