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Visual Arts - Advanced Individual Studies

Haliburton School of Art + Design
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Enrol in Visual Arts - Advanced Individual Studies

Course Code: ARTS0915

Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners.
Participants should be engaged in professional activities such as exhibiting, teaching, lecturing and/or adjudicating. Detailed assessment guidelines are available upon request. Participation requires the completion of a post-secondary arts program or the equivalent experience. Admission is subject to assessment. With an emphasis on conceptual as opposed to technical investigations, this course will provide an opportunity to expand your visual language, painting skills, and visual arts literacy. Instruction will encourage you to confront your own creative processes such as imagery, content, ideas, and manner of execution as you explore the media of your choice. Individual attention and group dialogue will address your body of work, personal questions and challenges.



Attend this course in person

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (9:00am - 4:30pm)

Section: 41

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We are pleased to offer this opportunity for personal and professional growth as you immerse yourself in a deeper investigation of drawing and painting. With an emphasis on conceptual as opposed to technical investigations, learning will consist of facilitated discoveries resulting from interactions between all artists - students and instructors alike. Experience dialogue on a professional to professional level with your instructor and understand that differences of opinion are not only accepted but viewed as learning tools. These shared interests and exchanges will contribute significantly to your development as an artist. To maintain academic rigour and provide an effective learning environment, admission is subject to assessment of suitability. Please submit the following information by April 6, 2018: -Colour images of work (min 6) -Artist statement and biography -C.V. including complete exhibition record -Details of relevant visual arts training and/or experience and related aesthetic experience if applicable -Your personal and professional goals as well as your reasons for wanting to attend Previous students of these courses are approved for participation and will not be required to engage in the detailed application and approval process again. Digital files will not be accepted. Mail to: Fleming College, Box 839, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 Attention: Shelley Schell Register for the courses you are interested in as soon as possible. Registrations are accepted prior to determination of acceptance. Full refunds will be issued if an application is deemed unsuitable. Admission is subject to assessment as detailed. In all courses, individual attention and group dialogue will address your body of work, personal questions and challenges. Feasibility of courses will be determined two weeks in advance of course start.