This capstone course in the studio art program consists of advanced studio work, a visiting artist series, weekly critiques, and discussions with faculty and peers. Each student’s independent work with a faculty advisor culminates in a senior exhibition at Flaten Art Museum. Weekly sessions also cover such topics as preparing a resume, documenting one’s work, framing, and producing exhibition announcements and posters. Offered annually. Prerequisites: (for non-studio majors) Art 102, ART 103, ART 104, two upper-level (200-300) courses, one art history course, and permission of chair.
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Flaten Art Museum
Offers 6–8 exhibitions each year, and a permanent collection of more than 3,000 objects for study, research, and cultural projects, plus student exhibitions across campus and in the 1,400-square-foot Groot Student GalleryDiscover More