ART 606 - Creative Problem Solving
A studio field course emphasizing creative problem solving, connecting individual skill sets with diverse ways of thinking. Widening the scope of imaginative problem solving students expand their understanding of a sustainable creative practice. Maximum of 6 credits. (Formerly SNU: FNAR 507)
updated beginning in Spring 2023
Maximum units a student may earn: 6
Prerequisite(s): formerly Sierra Nevada University Interdisciplinary Art MFA student.
Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Fall and Spring
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. create finished artworks that utilize their voices and demonstrate the complexities of context in individual form.
2. design and execute artworks from a sustainable ethical practice.
3. demonstrate an understanding of the entrepreneurial spirit, and define possible relationships to their practice in writing or form and be capable of creative interdisciplinary responses to potential opportunities.
4. produce a art practice mission/artist statement that incorporates a conceptual framework, creative problem-solving strategies to address specific issues, and a personal ethical position with regard to nature and culture.
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