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Narrative Strategies: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture and Installation
0.50 Credit(s)
Narrative is the unfolding of events, thoughts and ideas, stories, histories and memories which can be constructed in any medium. Key to contemporary visual practice is the examination and exploration of narrative expectations. This course enables students to explore and express narrative structures through the production of multiples, series, and sequences. Group and individual assignments develop students' understanding of narrative and its influence on contemporary art practice, as made evident in Contemporary Aboriginal Practice
Notes: New title and code: formerly GART 1B09 Narrative, Series and Sequence
Conditions: Students must have completed or be working concurrently on a minimum of 1.0 credit of 100 level core studio curriculum.
Course was last updated May 16, 2013 - 4:05 PM