Part I of a year-long seminar supporting advanced studio students, divided into one half-credit course offered during the Fall semester and one half-credit in the Spring. This methodology-based course functions as an overlay to advanced studio projects underway in the context of 300 level studio classes and thesis projects. Students enrolled in the course will have access to independent workspace for the year and benefit from sustained dialogue and studio critiques with a range of faculty and visiting artists, including those hosted through the Frank Williams Visiting Artist Lecture Series. This course is mandatory for all Studio Art majors and strongly recommended for Studio Art minors and related visual arts majors.
Max Enrollment: 20
Prerequisites: ARTS 105 and two other 100-level studio courses, and either (at least two 200-level studio art courses; or one 200-level and one 300-level studio art course).
Distribution Requirements: ARS - Visual Arts, Music, Theater, Film and Video
Typical Periods Offered: Fall
Semesters Offered this Academic Year: Fall
Notes: Each semester of ARTS 317H and ARTS 318H earns one half unit of credit; however, both semesters must be completed satisfactorily to receive credit for either course. This course may be repeated once for credit, with the permission of the department.