ARDI 1450 - Public Art: The Politics of Visual Meaning
Students explore public, community, and site-specific art. Blends analytical reading and writing, creative literary and visual reflection, and project-based studio art assignments to consider how art is changed by context and audience, and how, in turn, context and audience can affect the meaning of art. Non-Art majors welcome. Additional course fee required. Unscheduled. (CTDI)
*All course information is from the 2015-2016 Catalog.