MLO 1: Historical and Philosophical Analysis
Including the ability to research, define, analyze and critically formulate positions on issues in visual and public art from contemporary, historical, ethical and sociopolitical perspectives.
MLO 2: Individual and Aesthetic Exploration
Including the ability to investigate and develop their own individual aesthetics within a critical and reflective framework of personal experiences and perspectives in the context of their work.
MLO 3: Community Issues Analysis
Including the ability to define and investigate cross-cultural and community issues, problem solve and respond with community-sensitive work.
MLO 4: Organizational and Collaborative Skills
Including the ability to use collaborative strategies to plan and achieve interdisciplinary arts projects.
MLO 5: Production Skills
Including the ability to develop production skills to produce and present public and individual artworks, projects or exhibitions.
MLO 6: Critical and Evaluative Skills
Including the ability to use critical and evaluative skills to revise work in response to community/audience relevancy, personal expression and social accountability.
MLO 7: Distribution Skills
Including the ability to present and distribute artwork in multiple contexts to engage diverse audiences.