Khora: A Group Exhibition
John David O'Brien, Rebecca Ripple, and Coleen Sterritt
September 21-December 7, 2017
Gallery Design & Operations
Students design and gain practical experience installing exhibitions in our gallery as well as gaining familiarity with the steps taken in becoming a practicing artist.
Explores art as a creative process and the role of an artist in contemporary and past societies approached through analysis of art exhibitions and artist‹s studio visitations. Emphasis on visual principles and content of historic and contemporary art works. Examines the dynamic and history of public art display and the nature of exhibition design with an overview of art movements, styles, symbols, theories and terms.
ARTG 21 A
Designed to familiarize all art majors and serious artists with the concepts and hands-on applications of curatorial processes, management skills, and gallery operations. Explores the professional side of the arts, emphasizing contemporary art, theories and media. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice.
ARTG 21 B
Provides increasing responsibility in exhibition planning, research, operation and management. Focuses on art as a profession with emphasis on historical/contemporary terms, theories, movements and media in the context of an art exhibition production. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice.
ARTG 22 A/B/C
Provides on-the-job experience in exhibition design and art gallery operation in an approved work site which is related to classroom-based learning. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice.