Course Description and Goals

Professional Practices for Studio Artists is a senior-level Shared Passages Seminar for studio art majors and students who have completed a studio art SIP. The many facets to this course are designed to reflect on your SIP process and emulate the numerous practices involved in being a working artist.
Assignments and exercises will include installing an exhibition, documenting your artwork, writing grant, residency and exhibition proposals, and presenting your artwork and research in a public lecture format. Class time is used for critiques, presentations, discussions, and professional practice workshops and does not usually include open studio time.