Department of Art takes on NYC

December 15th, 2014 Comments Off on Department of Art takes on NYC

The Department of Art offered an exciting, new one-hour course this fall, Art 2990: Art Field Study New York City.

The course provided students with an alternative to classroom-based learning and allowed them to experience firsthand historical and contemporary aspects of the New York art-and-design world. It was open to all art majors (sophomore-level and up) from any concentration and was taught by Gallery Director Lori Neuenfeldt and Assistant Professor Neil Callander.

The group traveled to New York from Oct. 22 – 25 to explore museums, artists’ studios, galleries, graduate programs and other cultural attractions.

A video the students created from the trip:

Click to see the video on Vimeo.

Read a blog put together by some of the students below:
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Click to download the blog PDF.

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