HARC 0252

Producing Contemporary Art

Producing Contemporary Art
In this project-based course, we will write, edit, design, and publish an art magazine. Through these varied elements of conceptualization and production, students will research aspects of contemporary art in the early 21st century, asking such questions as: Who decides what gets called “art”? How can we define—and how does one participate in—the art world? How do we, as consumers and critics, make sense of this shifting intellectual, cultural, and financial landscape? Through a combination of individual and collaborative work, we will both investigate and contribute to a vital sector of contemporary culture. Professor Vazquez will assist with the course planning and will serve as an editor-at-large for the student’s publication project, offering feedback on the project at different stages of completion. 3 hrs. sem.
History of Art & Architecture
History of Art & Architecture
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
INTD 0252 *


Fall 2015

HARC0252A-F15 Seminar (White)