ART 201 : Careers in the Visual Arts

This course consists of career seminars, visiting artist talks and critiques, field trips, professional artist demonstrations and workshops to help students further explore career choices in art and design. Activities include research, critical thinking, oral and written presentations, and evaluations. Workshops and demonstrations assist students in developing digital portfolios for transfer applications or for job applications, including selection of work, sequencing, and format. In addition, students participate in a field experience or service learning project. Recommended: Students should take this course in their last year. Students should not take this course in their first year. Four class hours per week or a total of sixty-four hours during the semester. Instructional Support Fee applies. 2 credits Fall

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