AR 4610 - 2D BFA Thesis I
The first half of a year-long capstone experience designed to provide students with the challenge to immerse themselves in independent studio production in the field of their concentration. Requires rigorous studio discipline 16-20 hours weekly, weekly meetings for critical discussion, and field trips to selected exhibits and artists' studios. Thesis I fosters professional studio discipline and the deepening of discipline skills as students begin the process of developing a coherent body of work based upon the exploration of diverse aesthetic concepts, thematic possibilities, personal study, and personal voice. Not open to students who have earned credit for AR 4110. Last offering Fall 2014. Prerequisite(s): application to and acceptance by the 2D BFA Committee. Corequisite(s): AR 4800.
*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.