Spring 2011 - Undergraduate Course Description
Intructor:
Lapthisophon, Stephen
Discipline and Number
ARTS 3368 Section: 001
Day:
F Time: 12:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Course Title:
Mixed Media

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE:

ARTS 3368 Mixed Media (3 semester hours) An investigation of the interaction and combination of several traditional visual media using techniques derived from 2D and 3D dimensional studio arts. May be repeated for credit (6 hours maximum). (0-3) Y Prerequisite: ARTS 1316, ARTS 2316, ARTS 2350, ARTS 2380, or ARTS 2381. (0-3) Y

Course Description

Mixed media often refers to the simple combination of one type of art material with another in the same work. This course will focus more on combining different ways of thinking.

This course will explore the intersections and collisions between various media in the creation of art work in a variety of disciplines: drawing, collage, sound, text and paint. We will focus on the combination of word and image and the place where language and visual art meet. In particular, students will learn to translate one visual or linguistic expression into another medium as well as another artistic mode (e.g. drawing into sound, poem into drawing).

Throughout the semester students will concentrate on exploring the distinction between man made materials and materials found in nature We will use the foundation of hybrid art making to understand how we create a conception of the natural world in a highly technologically driven time.

REQUIRED TEXTS:

TBD

COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION CRITERIA:

TBD

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