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ART 3720 - Public Art

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem
Public Art focuses on practices in contemporary art within the public realm and includes study of both current and historic public artworks of all mediums.  Students will explore theory and practice in relation to how site impacts the context and reception of art.  The course will address a broad range of approaches to working in the public realm, such as site-specificity, temporary installations, murals, environmental art, community-based projects, and interactive art.  Students will learn how to develop models and proposals and gain an understanding of the steps necessary to research, develop and implement a public art commission.  A culminating semester-long project may include developing a public art project, or a public art proposal tailored for an existing public art opportunity. Students will receive a letter grade.
Pre-requisite(s): ART 1130  (or consent of the instructor).
Number of Times this Course May Be Repeated: Students can repeat the course for additional credit a maximum for 2 times (6 credit hours total).



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