A qualifying open-studio course to determine the student's interests and level of performance. The student will come in contact with a variety of faculty and may choose to work in a number of areas during this period.
Sustained work at an independent level under the supervision of the chair of the student's advisory committee.
This course will give the MFA student supervised teaching experience in a studio discipline. In addition, a seminar component will consider theoretical and practical issues relevant to the teaching of studio art. Prerequisite: admission to the MFA program.
Continuation of teaching practicum under the guidance of a faculty member. The practicum seminar will consider theoretical and practical issues relevant to the teaching of studio art such as educational goals, course and curriculum planning, academic evaluation, health and safety policies, and appropriate materials and equipment.
Examination of critical issues in the visual arts relevant to studio practice
Continuation of issues examined in FINA*6540
Seminar in a fine art topic in a subject to be specified by the instructor.
Selected topics in art theory and criticism with particular relevance to studio practice.
Continuation of FINA*6515
Continuation of FINA*6610
Continuation of FINA*6545
Continuation of FINA*6640
Students will pursue special study under the guidance of a faculty member with appropriate expertise
Students will pursue special study under the guidance of a faculty member with appropriate expertise.