This discussion-animated, readings-based seminar provides art historical, cultural, and critical contexts for the Visual Arts Lecture Series (VALS). In addition to our ongoing interrogation of the public lecture as such, students present their own work (in any field) and analyze the technical and stylistic aspects of structuring an effective and engaging ‘talk.’ The course provides unique opportunities for interaction with visiting artists, curators, critics, and historians. Consistent participation and a formal presentation of work/research is required, as are visits to local and regional museums and archives. Please note: Students taking the seminar will not need to register for, and will not receive separate credit for, VALS. However, attendance at all VALS lectures is a requirement of the course.
Delivery Method: Fully in-person
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Corequisites: Attendance of VALS talks on Tuesday nights.
Course Level: 4000-level
Tu 4:10PM - 6:00PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency: Once a year
Categories: Visual Arts (VA) , Fully In-Person , All courses
Tags: intersectionality , critical race theory , visual culture , colonialism studies