Course Description

Learn about public art and site-specific installations. Develop proposals to create models and interactive sculptural installations. Concentrate on fiber arts, mixed media including wood metal, clay and found objects. CEUs offered. $447 includes $75 fee. Note: Students who have experience in video, sound and photography are invited to incorporate this expertise with site-specific projects. All sections also offered for credit, ART-292.

Learner Outcomes

Identify and develop installation art in public places, concepts of installation art in ancient cultures and contemporary art installations; Discuss schematic, model development, site plan, budget development, overall logistics on installing public art; Describe an artistic approach to the operation and use of equipment and tools equipment and tools safety practices limitations and possibilities of different materials; Describe an artistic approach to structural and aesthetic properties of material typically for installations; Discuss and study fiber arts techniques (additive and subtractive) traditional materials: stone, metal, concrete, mixed media; and proper techniques, environmental/land art.
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Section Title
Special Topics: Public Art and Special Installations
Synchronous Online
2:00PM to 6:00PM
Mar 25, 2024 to May 06, 2024
Contact Hours
  • Off Campus
Delivery Options
Registration Fee
Drop Request Deadline
Mar 24, 2024
Section Transfer Request Deadline
Mar 24, 2024
  • Wilfredo Valladares Lara
Section Notes
Note: This section is a blend with online and virtual instruction. Regular attendance in online class meetings on Mondays from 2-6 p.m. is expected for section 101.
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