Feb 27, 2024
Marcelino Stuhmer, Minor Advisor
C O N T E N T S
Students are exposed to a wide range of drawing and painting concepts and paradigms, historical and contemporary. Emphasis is on the progressive maturation of a personal artistic identity through studio-based projects that call for independent thinking and practical experimentation. Technical guidance is tied to the individual student’s expressive purpose.
Students pursuing a BFA in Fine Arts who have declared an emphasis in Painting are not permitted to enroll in this minor.
- Students demonstrate independent, creative problem solving and original thinking through the development of a distinct and personal approach to art making informed by contemporary issues and historical precedents.
- Students demonstrate critical and conceptual development through research and analysis, applying readings, theories and methodologies toward the production of critically informed artworks.
- Students will acquire an awareness of contemporary issues broadly speaking, within the disciplines of art and beyond.
- Students demonstrate proficiency in a number of advanced techniques in their individual studio practice, including a deep familiarity with materials and processes.
- Students demonstrate an awareness that craft/content/format are of equal importance.
- Students demonstrate knowledge in the history of their discipline and an understanding of how their work relates to that history.
Program Requirements (15 credits)
- Select 15 credits: from subject PNTG (Painting) 15 credits