Historical and contemporary critical theory and contexts helps students develop a responsive and relevant art or design practice. Engage in current issues in art, design, and media such as sustainable material practices, art and design history, and the intersections of gender, race and accessibility in art and design. Learn how to describe, critique, and discuss your and other artists and designers' creative work using theoretical terminology, inquiry, and context. Locate your creative interests and methods within contemporary practices through seminar discussions, dynamic presentations, writing assignments, research, and diverse projects.
Courses are offered either online and on campus.
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|Course No||Course Name||Term|
(Subject to change)
|CESE 010||Vancouver Public Art||Spring|
|CESE 101||Art History||Spring|
|CESE 102||Contemporary Critical Theory||Spring|
|CESE 204||Indigenous Art Topics||Spring|
|CEXD 100||Approaches to Creative Inquiry||TBA|
|CEXD 105||Cross Disciplinary Theory + Practice||TBA|