ART 210 - Exhibition Planning
Students will develop an understanding of the practical steps needed to mount an art exhibition, analyze the variety of art forms generally appropriate for creating an appreciation of art in a community, and learn to create a working relationship and dialog with artists. Instruction for assembling a professional portfolio is discussed and reviewed.
Prerequisite: 3 semester hours of college-level studio art or permission of instructor
2 Class Hours; 2 Studio Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Know the wide varieties of exhibition forms that exist and the diverse venues iin which they can take place.
2. Know the historic precedent for exhibition in this country and in our own community.
3. Know the variety of people for whom exhibitions have appeal.
4. Know the sectors of the population that can continue to learn about the personal enrichment art and culture cen bring into their lives.
5. Know the diverse organizations and commercial endeavors in our community that continually provide opportunities for intellectual and cultural growth.
6. Know the many ways in which exhibitions an cultural programs can be encouraged within a community.
7. Be a person who is a conduit for a variety of cultural activities in the community, finding ways to interconnect two, three or more cultural disciplines.
8. Be active as a volunteer or to seek an academic program that can prepare one for a career in arts management of museaum work.
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