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Concentration - Applied Arts - Studio Arts
An Applied Arts concentration is a combination of the theoretical and technical mastery of a subject with an emphasis on application. Requirements for some specific concentrations in Applied Arts are detailed below. Other areas such as dance, cinema, interior design, and architectural design may also be proposed. A concentration in applied arts entails more than performance ability and experience. It also attests to a student's understanding of the art performed, both technically and contextually; the ability to engage in informed discourse about content, style, and meaning; and the insight necessary to devise independent and effective interpretations of the art through applied activities. This concentration requires a minimum of 36 credits.
|History, Theory and /or Literature of Art||9 credits including 3 upper level|
|Studio Credits||21 credits, including 9 upper level|
|An appropriate related art area||3 upper level credits|
|Capstone Ã¢â‚¬â€œ FAR 499 (culminating course in concentration)||3 credits|
Student Learning OutcomesStudents who graduate with a concentration in Studio Arts will be able to:
- demonstrate evidence of a broad knowledge of theory and technique in conjunction with the ability to articulate concepts and ideas in visual form;
- demonstrate foundational knowledge of contemporary and historical art and artists;
- create a body of work that is provocative and demonstrates higher levels of proficiency in the area of specialization;
- articulate the concepts, techniques and influences inherent in this body of work;
- engage in objective and prescriptive critical analysis of their own art and of the work created by other visual artists; and
- demonstrate a foundational knowledge of contemporary and historical art and artists.