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Art and Art Professions

Spring 2020 Undergraduate Featured Courses

ART-UE 23 Interdisciplinary Art Practice II
Interdisciplinary Art Practice II continues the study of art and critical theory introduced in interdisciplinary Art Practice.This class combines the making of studio art projects with critical texts addressing the cultural implications of artistic activity.It is a cross-disciplinary platform which works in tandem with 2D, 3D and 4D Fundamentals studio courses. The combination of media specific production and the cross-media approach via discursive critiques and contextualizing discussions is intended to provide a comprehensive first-year program in studio art.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 003
Tu 1.15 PM - 4.00 PM at BARN 402C with Johannah Herr

ART-UE 107 2D Fundamentals
An exploration in the studio of a variety of contemporary processes, techniques, & experiences in drawing with a variety of making implements.Assigned independent work, term project, & field trips to galleries & museums.

4 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 001
Tu, Th 9.30 AM - 12.15 PM at BARN 406 with Jonathan Berger

ART-UE 212 3D Fundamentals II
Explores the medium of sculpture through the principles of three-dimensional design & the concepts that drive developments in contemporary art.Projects may include welding, mold making, & the use of woodworking tools, as well as the use of sculpture as costume, performance, environment, or kinetic form.Students use a variety of materials from wood & cardboard to metal, plaster, & found objects to expand their understanding of form & space. This course is a continuation of ART-UE 211.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 004
M, W 1.15 PM - 4.00 PM at BARN BSMT with Chris Bogia

ART-UE 300 Digital Photography Non-Majors
A hands-on introduction to the technical & creative uses of digital photography. The class will explore the use of digital technologies to compose, shoot, scan, alter, & print images, as well as considering the ways in which photographic meaning has been changed by the use of the computer. Student provides their own camera & paper.

4 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 003
Tu 8.55 AM - 12.15 PM at BARN 204 with Jesse Thompson

ART-UE 305 Video Art I for Non-Majors
Video art has become one of the most widely used media art forms because it allows both the artistic concentration of photography & the free flowing imagery of movement.Students acquire rudimentary skills in shooting & editing while working toward a personal statement in video.

4 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 001
W 8.55 AM - 12.15 PM at BARN 401 with Neil Goldberg

ART-GE 2582 Projects in Glass (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Focus on particular subjects or techniques allows students to broaden the range of their skills & expression.Projects are chosen as a result of both faculty & student interest.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 001
Tu 5:45 PM - 9.05 PM at Urban Glass

Spring 2020 Graduate Featured Courses

ARVA-GE 2222 Art in Alternative Spaces
The evolution of alternative spaces in New York City from the 1950s through the early 1990s. Critically investigates varying definitions to the term 'alternative,’ and considers the impact of new art forms/new ideas upon the nonprofit and for profit sectors of the art world at that time. Students learn about the work of emerging, underrepresented, established artists whose art reflects cultural and stylistic diversity. Students gain insight into how administrators serve both their artists and constituencies and respond to the changing needs of their communities.

1.5 units | Class#: 21524 | Session: 1/28/2020 - 03/10/2020 |
Tu 4.00 PM - 6.00 PM at BARN 502 with Melissa Rachleff Burtt

ARTCR-GE 2235 Contemporary Art and New Media
This course surveys developments in contemporary visual arts since the 60s, from Conceptual Art, to Land Art, Art and Activism through to Globalism of the 90s and early 2000s, including developments in performance art, dance, film, photography, and new media in the history of the arts.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 |
Tu 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM at BARN 502 with Roselee Goldberg

ARTCR-GE 2461 Art & Ideas: Art and the Practice of Freedom
This class will seek to interrogate the categories of art & activism by looking closely at the following efforts: Occupy Wall Street movement, Gulf Labor Coalition & Global Ultra Luxury Faction (G.U.L.F.), the direct action wing of Gulf Labor Coalition, & the Direct Action Front for Palestine-NYC & Black Lives Matter. These case studies will sketch the possibility of a practice in which artist’s work does not simply add an artistic flair to this or that campaign, but rather theory and research, action & aesthetics, debriefing & analysis. Close readings of texts and visual materials form the core of the class supplemented with field trips, & special guests.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 |
W 6.45 PM - 4.00 PM at BARN 304 with Amene Husain

ARTCR-GE 2804 Art Criticism II
Contemporary art is typically assumed to have some sort of special relationship to the present but the precise nature of this relationship is often taken for granted or left unexplained. This course sets out to explore some of the ways in which art can document, reflect, and even seek to influence current events and situations. Our investigations will focus on case studies drawn from the present and the recent past; subjects will include the 2008 financial crisis, the illiberal turn in Western democracies, the global climate emergency, and the development of new forms of data surveillance. We will pay close attention to intersections between aesthetics and politics, and to the ways that artists, curators, activists, and theorists have sought to develop new modes of critical practice. Students will gain first-hand exposure to these developments through site visits and discussions with guest lecturers.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 |
Th 11.00 AM - 1.00 PM at BARN 502 with Andrew Weiner

ARTED-GE 2272 School Arts: Issues in Pedagogy
Integration of art education theory and practice in secondary school art classrooms that address the question of the role of art in our democratic society. Developing socially and culturally relevant curricula. Researching and planning appropriate instructional strategies that address student interests and issues, including motivation and classroom management through assessment in order to plan and/or modify students' teaching practices. Through a systematic approach such as action research, students reflect on and analyze their own teaching practices and develop a portfolio of their teaching experience, thereby learning to be reflective practitioners.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 |
Th 5.00 PM - 7.30 PM at BARN 506 with Joseph Fusaro

ART-GE 2514 Glass
This survey class is intended for students to experience a fuller range of techniques over two semesters.Each semester can be taken independently from the other.The first semester focuses on blowing, hot casting, stained glass, mosaic, and kiln casting (fusing and slumping).The second semester concentrates on coldworking, sandblasting, lampworking, and beadmaking.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20  | Section: 001
Tu 9.30 AM - 12.50 PM at Urban Glass

ART-GE 2582 Projects in Glass (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Focus on particular subjects or techniques allows students to broaden the range of their skills & expression.Projects are chosen as a result of both faculty & student interest.

3 units | Session: 1/27/20 - 5/13/20 | Section: 001
Tu 5:45 PM - 9.05 PM at Urban Glass

 

More Information

Please contact Julia Olson at juliaolson@nyu.edu with questions about any of these courses.

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