'Teaching'

Freese Pop, December 12th to 17th

Dec 10th, 2008 by vanessa | 0

Come to downtown Bangor, Maine to see Freese Pop , an installation show featuring students of UMaine’s Intermedia Graduate Installation Seminar !

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U-Maine Graduate Installation Seminar Fall 2008 Overview

Sep 13th, 2008 by vanessa | Comments Off

This class will create conditions in which students evolve their conceptual and aesthetic installation skills with an eye on video/sound, ambient, interactive, performative, and site-specific installations. We will have hands-on experience in the production of installations while readings, field trips, media screenings, and discussions provide context.

Image: Marcel Duchamp, "Etant donnés", 1946-66.

U-Iowa Intermedia I Spring 2008 Overview

Mar 14th, 2008 by vanessa | 0

intermediachart.jpgThrough research and presentation, we will become familiar with the process through which art content is conceived, researched, reworked, and materialized. We will have the opportunity to explore a variety of subjects and push the boundaries of mediums including installation, time-based media, and site-specific work with emphasis on conceptual development of individual interest. Slide lectures, presentations, and reading assignments will provide a historical context for media unique to the development of Intermedia art forms. Grades will be based on attendance and participation, discussions, completion of assignments, and synthesis of final projects.

U-Iowa Introduction to Printmaking Spring 2008 Overview

Dec 30th, 2007 by vanessa | 0

rhino.jpgBeginning Print is a general survey of the art of printmaking. The emphasis is on studio activities and practices promoting visual literacy and sensitivity to the various printmaking conventions. Students have the opportunity to learn basic techniques and concepts of relief, intaglio, lithography, foil, monotype, stencil and computer applications. Slide presentations and critiques will augment studio exercises to facilitate greater awareness of the cultural context in which printmaking functions.

U-Iowa Intermedia I Fall 2007 Overview

Sep 2nd, 2007 by vanessa | 0

intermediachart.jpgThrough research and presentation, we will become familiar with the process through which art content is conceived, researched, reworked, and materialized. We will have the opportunity to explore a variety of subjects and push the boundaries of mediums including installation, time-based media, and site-specific work with emphasis on conceptual development of individual interest. Slide lectures, presentations, and reading assignments will provide a historical context for media unique to the development of Intermedia art forms. Grades will be based on attendance and participation, discussions, completion of assignments, and synthesis of final projects.

U-Iowa Relief II Fall 2007 Overview

Sep 2nd, 2007 by vanessa | 0

flyer.jpgThis class will reinforce techniques previously learned while exploring and pushing the multi-faceted boundaries of relief and printmaking. Heavy emphasis will be placed on individual research, conceptual development, work, and critiques. The course is conceptually driven as we continue to hone in on craftsmanship. Consideration for alternative relief methods, via field research, will also be stressed. We will have the opportunity to explore alternative ways to relief printing, thereby investigating our definitions and understanding of contemporary printmaking.

Slide lectures, presentations, and reading assignments will provide a historical context to investigations into the media unique to the development of relief’s art forms. Grades will be based on attendance and participation, discussions, completion of assignments, and synthesis of final projects.