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    Johnson State College
  Feb 22, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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ART-1180 FYS: Art of Social Imagination: Sculpture in a Public Realm

3 credits
First-year students only
This introductory studio art course provides first-year students with an understanding of the tools and techniques of sculpture as well as applications of mixed media in a public realm. Starting as far back as ancient Rome, we explore art and art history to explain the theory and practice of public sculpture as it relates to community. Students will view “Interventionists” as people who interact with society to produce thoughtful and imaginative results. In class, students will develop proposals and construct projects that interact with academic, local, personal, and/or interpersonal realms. No prior experience is necessary; the emphasis here is an introduction to art history and hands-on learning. General Education (on-campus) Course Type: JFY (First-Year Seminar) General Education (EDP) Course Type: UPR (Univeral & Philosophical Relationships); second half

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