70.471 Painting III

Painting III

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 30837
Status Active

The focus of this class is to give individual students the opportunity to work in an independent manner, expand their ideas and develop the ability to articulate both conceptually and formally the needs of their own work. The class combines studio work, presentations, visiting lecturers and individual and group critiques, with an emphasis on understanding and embracing risk as a necessary component of a painter's studio practice. Critiques are designed to provide feedback, encourage, challenge, and nurture each student's vision. Assignments are given on an individual basis. Students are expected to support their work by research of both historical and contemporary art.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 70.101 Art Concepts, 70.102 Art Concepts II, 70.113 Digital Foundations, 70.201 Form & Content, 70.155 Drawing I, 70.156 Drawing II, 70.271 Painting I and 70.371 Painting II.