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    Marylhurst University
  Feb 21, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog
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ART 303  Meaning & Making: Art, Anti-Art, Post Studio Production

In this course, the student is encouraged to explore a variety of ways of approaching the process of making art. Building on skills and knowledge from previous coursework, the course involves the students in seminar readings and discussions in post modern and contemporary discourses. Studio projects will move students toward individual directions in making and conceptualizing artistic practices. Work will be done outside of class for weekly discussion. This course is a mix of seminar and studio work that will focus directly on the contexts and concepts of new modes of production in contemporary art including, but not limited to, institutional critique, relational aesthetics, social practice, artist-based research, and more.   MU Core category: Creative Arts. Notes: This course may incur a fee in addition to tuition. 4 crs.

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