CCC 410CRE - Creative Media Capstone
The college capstone is an opportunity for students to pursue a self-directed experience in their professional program that intentionally integrates their liberal learning in the Core curriculum with their program learning. In addition to the substantive professional-based, hands-on project in this class, the capstone will include a professional ethics component and a self-evaluation/self-reflection component.
This capstone course for Creative Media BFA program students will explore areas necessary for future artistic endeavors outside the undergraduate college-professional opportunities and/or further studies for today’s artist. The areas that structure the capstone course are as follows:
- Demonstrating proficiency (conceptual, technical, and communicative) in three creative media;
- Understanding one’s artistic work in relation to one’s self-concept-the personal impulse to make art as well as individual artistic interests and goals;
- Situating one’s artistic work in connection to other works, art movements, and aesthetic traditions; and
- Conceiving and executing a group exhibition of capstone student artwork.
Prerequisites: CRE 350 (Portfolio II)
all Core 300 level classes
CCM (Communication and Creative Media)
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