MADT 301 - Personal Practice in Media Arts
This is an intermediate studio course in which students focus on establishing their personal practice and portfolio in media arts including the development of their artistic voice and point of view, a conscious and defined relationship to/with their audience(s), an appreciation of the role and process of practice-led research in providing depth and context for artistic expression, and an understanding of the roles of these factors in defining a body of independently driven artistic inquiry rather than assignment-based production. Critical components of this course are studio-visits and the final panel critique in which a panel of adjudicators evaluates the student's progress and performance.
9 credits of 200-level studio courses, 3 credits of which are from MADT
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