INTEGRATED ARTS

Integrated Arts courses are primarily designed to combine the study of two or more arts, whether from a critical-historical point of view, or within creative workshops. Note that the courses may be cross-listed from other programs.

CRN

90376

Distribution

F

Course No.

IA / DAN 321

Title

Interarts Collaboration: Creating Across Boundaries

Professor

Leslie Satin

Schedule

Fr 12:30 pm - 2:50 pm Avery Arts Cntr.

Contemporary practitioners of art and performance regularly edge their work past conventional definitions. At the same time, artists come together to make pieces whose resonance extends beyond their individual components. In this workshop, students will create work that moves across definitions and genres or that calls for joint creative participation, for background and inspiration focussing on two models of 1960's New York City: Fluxus and the Judson Dance Theater. We will read historical and critical texts about their work; develop studio activities as well as individual and collective projects derived from their philosophies and practices; and formulate work based on Scores (as articulated by urban planner Lawrence Halprin and choreographer Anna Halprin. We will encourage students to deepen their connections to familiar modes of work and to try their hands at new forms. Readings include essays by Kristine Stiles (from the exhibition catalogue In the Spirit of Fluxus); excerpts from Lawrence Halprin's The RSVP Cycles and Anna Halprin's Moving Towards Life; and essays by Sally Banes, Carolyn Brown, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Deborah Jowitt, Kenneth King, Yvonne Rainer, and Carolee Schneeman. Open to Integrated Arts Students and other moderated students of the arts.

CRN

90440

Distribution

 

Course No.

IA 301

Title

Integrated Arts: Major Conference

Professors

Bob Holman & Jeff Sichel

Schedule

Wed 11:00 am - 1:50 pm STUDIO B

The Major Conference is required of Integrated Arts majors/concentrators, and is usually taken in the junior or senior year, although others may petition the instructor. It is a course in doing and making art, in reintegrating art into life. This is where theory is tamed by action, where action is a laboratory for theory. We will discuss all aspects of the job of being an artist: inspiration, research, economics, social utility/inutility, politics, education, technology, fun, and suffering. Participants must have a project in mind which engages at least two arts; your project will be on the table for the class's input, and will reach a finished form -- performance, video, website, concert, book, et al -- by semester's end. Additionally, we will create and present a collaborative group piece. Guest faculty will be on hand to guide us through arts disciplines as needed, and visits to art events, both on and off campus, may be required. Please email a description of your proposed integrated arts project to the instructor prior to registration, to: nuyopoman@aol.com.

CRN

90532

Distribution

A

Course No.

FILM / IA 362

Title

Electronic Networks: Art and the Internet

Professor

Jacqueline Goss

Schedule

Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm HDR 106

Cross-listed: Film

This course will examine the electronic networks of the internet, by exploring a variety of information systems, virtual communities and on-line art projects. These various worlds, each as distinct interactive models, will be examined and critiqued through selected readings culled from critical theory, policy, history, and aesthetics. Each student will be expected to spend quality time on-line, to tackle several technologies as they apply to activities on the net and to design and mount an on-line project.

Additional Cross-listed Integrated Arts courses: (see respective departments for complete description)

CRN

90212

Distribution

F

Course No.

ART 100 HT

Title

Cybergraphics I

Professor

Hap Tivey

Schedule

Th 1:30 pm -4:30 pm HDR 106

CRN

90206

Distribution

F

Course No.

ART 200 HT

Title

Cybergraphics II

Professor

Hap Tivey

Schedule

Wed 6:00 pm -9:00 pm Fisher

CRN

90196

Distribution

F

Course No.

ART 228

Title

Creating the Comic Strip Novel

Professor

Bernard Greenwald

Schedule

Tu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Fisher

CRN

90439

Distribution

A

Course No.

ARTH / PHOT 314

Title

The Body and its Image

Professor

Carol Ockman / Laurie Dahlberg

Schedule

Wed 1:30 pm - 3:50 pm OLIN 301

 

CRN

90431

Distribution

F

Course No.

FILM 203

Title

Electronic Media Workshop:Digital Video

Professor

Leah Gilliam

Schedule

Tu 1:30 pm -4:30 pm HDR 106

CRN

90059

Distribution

A/B

Course No.

LIT / IA / FILM 2136

Title

Topics in History of Cinema: Shakespeare and Film

Professor

Nancy Leonard

Schedule

Th 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm PRE

Fri 10:30 am -12:50 pm PRE

CRN

90070

Distribution

B

Course No.

LIT 390

Title

Contemporary Critical Theory

Professor

Nancy Leonard

Schedule

Wed 1:30 pm - 3:50 pm OLIN 308

CRN

90241

Distribution

A

Course No.

PHIL 230

Title

Philosophy and the Arts

Professor

Garry Hagberg

Schedule

Tu Th 11:30 am - 12:50 pm OLIN 102

CRN

90393

Distribution

F

Course No.

THTR 325

Title

Site Specific Theater Workshop

Professor

Jeffrey Sichel

Schedule

Wed 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

CRN

90407

Distribution

A

Course No.

THTR 334

Title

Artists in Education

Professor

Shelley Wyant

Schedule

Tu 1:30 pm -4:30 pm