Collage II: 21st Century Approaches Nature Morte: New Approaches to Still Life Sculpture: Ideas and Process
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MIXED MEDIA & SCULPTURE

Collage II: 21st Century Approaches (MMED 233)

This follow-up course to Collage I: 20th Century Art in the Making, will focus on a thematic approach to collage-making and include topics such as architectural spaces, mapping, the body, contemporary culture, the natural world, politics, history and personal narrative. Students will be encouraged to explore the use of collage through two- and three-dimensional forms such as assemblage (wall reliefs), sculpture and installations. Prerequisite: Collage I or some collage experience.
Fridays 10am - 1pm, Jan 13 - Apr 7, 2017
Tony Bounsall
Tuition: $395.00 (36 hrs)
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Nature Morte: New Approaches to Still Life (MMED 234)

This mixed/multi-media course investigates contemporary approaches to the still life genre using a range of methods including drawing, painting, collage, photography, installation, performance, video and/or social practice. Still life, historically understood as subject matter in painting, is an approach to art making that uses what is around us to investigate our relationship to things/others, our mortality, our habits and obsessions etc. This class seeks to explore our everyday experiences and how these observations can manifest visually through art making and push the boundaries of the still life tradition. Some art experience recommended. Recommended text: Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate Still Life Tradition.
Fridays 2pm - 5pm, Jan 13 - Apr 7, 2017
Breanna Fabbro
Tuition: $395.00 (36 hrs)
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Sculpture: Ideas and Process (SCLP 200)

This studio-based course investigates contemporary concerns involved in making sculpture. The course emphasizes the development of meaning in sculpture and involves a more intensive exploration of techniques and materials. Importance is placed on relating sculpture to particular ideas such as the object and material as source of meaning as well as themes such as the body, architecture, memory and cultural diversity. Students are also taught the importance of concepts such as scale, space, accumulation, placement and presentation of finished work. Prerequisite: Sculpture: Introduction to Materials or sculpture experience. Recommended Textbook: Collins, Judith, Sculpture Today, Phaidon, 2014 (paperback).
Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm, Jan 10 - Apr 4, 2017
Bronwyn McMillin
Tuition: $395.00 (36 hrs)
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