Each term, Bennington offers a program of five-six lectures by visiting arts professionals: artists, curators, historians and critics, selected to showcase the diversity of contemporary art practices. Designed to enhance a broader and deeper knowledge of various disciplines in the Visual Arts and to stimulate campus dialogue around topical issues of contemporary art and culture, these thematically connected presentations offer students the opportunity to explore ideas from multiple perspectives over the course of the term. Students registered for this series must attend all lectures on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm as well as gallery exhibitions, and are responsible for taking notes and completing a one-page essay-questionnaire for each event to be submitted via Populi. Optional readings and additional opportunities for engagement with visiting speakers may be announced throughout the term.
Delivery Method: Remotely accessible
Course Level: 2000-level
T, 7:00PM-8:50PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 99
Course Frequency: Every Term
Categories: All courses , Visual Arts (VA) , Remotely Accessible
Tags: visual culture , gender and race , indigeneity