Sep 29, 2020  
Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Catalog 2020-2021

Visual & Public Art, Minor


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The Visual & Public Art minor builds skills in painting, sculpture and photography. Using studio and community art approaches, students will address critical issues of social and cultural significance. Through the creation of individual and collaborative work, students engage in a process of ethical inquiry, self-reflection, and reciprocal community service. The program builds skills in ethical judgment, social perspective, and cross-cultural empathy.

Required Courses


Please note: Twelve of the units taken to complete a minor (6 of which are upper division) may not be used in fulfillment of other minors, concentrations, or major requirements.

Learning Outcomes


Learning Outcome 1

Students will develop the ability to research, define, analyze, and critically formulate positions on contemporary issues in visual and public art.

Learning Outcome 2

Students will develop the ability to creatively image and technically produce artworks or projects.

Learning Outcome 3

Students will develop the ability to assess, critique, and analyze community, audience relevancy and impact of artwork.

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