Lighting and Rendering (Fall 2012)
4 years ago
SHSU WASH foundation program spring 2011 with Kathryn Kelley
9:30 am divide into install groups; install exhibition [leaving room for TTH WASHers]. You should have received an email requesting specific works and we have some we've held onto for exhibition. Please bring projects and materials to install works.
Dot cubed (newpaper 3D collage)Send out email/evites/facebook etc invitations to exhibition
Larger than life cardboard (will be modeled fashionshow runway like at 6:30)
Monologue/Uncomfortable videos with laptops and headphones
Life or something like it (metaphor)
1:30 pm Peer crit write up. You will positively critique each member of your table group [ONLY POSITIVE] plus three other WASHers of your choosing, anonymously. These will be submitted to me. I will type them up (with NO authors' names) and you will receive yours on Wednesday ~ 7pm. Your critique should give specific examples or experiences to support your statement. They may range from being about your peer's work, process, participation at table, personal experiences, about personality, attitudes, etc. They should be very specific. No using words like cool, sweet, awesome, etc...these are vague and actually somewhat meaningless.
2:00 pm Exhibition discussion
Confirm all works are labeled with artist/designer/animator's name and project
4:45 pm All laptops should be setup with headphones (bring cables)THURSDAY, MAY 12 - Deinstall and remove all work
5:00 pm All WASHers in the WASH House greeting guests, explaining projects, etc
6:15 pm Selected artists will put on their cardboard outfits
6:20 pm Cardboard fashion show runway style
6:45 pm Any works that have a performative element will be executed
7:00 pm Pick up morgue, personal crit, any work that can simply be taken off the wall
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
2D :: This studio course introduces the studio arts, contemporary art history, theory and technology to the incoming student. It is designed to immerse students in an intense program of researching, interpreting and creating art in the twenty-first century. ART 130 emphasizes the 2-Dimensional Arts but pushes into the 3rd and 4th as well. Its companion courses, ART 131 and ART 132W, support this studio course with lectures, readings, visiting artists and demonstrations.
3D :: This studio course introduces the studio arts, contemporary art history, theory and technology to the incoming student. It is designed to immerse students in an intense program of researching, interpreting and creating art in the twenty-first century. ART 131 emphasizes the 3-Dimensional Arts as well as pushing into the 4th Dimension.
Lecture :: This course introduces the concepts, theories and information for development in ART 130 and ART131, the studio components linked with this visual arts foundation course. It is an arena for students to experience lectures, demonstrations, seminar activities and visiting speakers, as well as the more traditional aspects of the discipline. It is geared towards contemporary visual concerns and uses experimental techniques to expose students to an array of styles and methodologies.
Think bootcamp for artists!