Course subject: Fine Arts (FINE)

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Fine Arts (FINE) 670A Graduate Studio 1 (Part-Time) (0.50) STU

Course ID: 011835
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Regular critiques and discussions will be scheduled by the Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts part-time graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 670B Graduate Studio 1 (Part-time) (0.50) STU

Course ID: 011836
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Regular critiques and discussions will be scheduled by the Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts part-time graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 671 Graduate Summer Studies 1 (Part-time) (1) STU

Course ID: 011834
Students will carry out independent studio work under the supervision of Fine Arts faculty members. Work done during this course will be exhibited early in the Fall term. Open to part-time Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 672A Graduate Studio 2 (Part-Time) (0.50) STU

Course ID: 011839
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Regular critiques and discussions will be scheduled by the Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts part-time graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 672B Graduate Studio 2 (Part-Time) (0.50) STU

Course ID: 011840
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Regular critiques and discussions will be scheduled by the Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts part-time graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 673 Graduate Summer Studio 2 (Part-Time) (1) STU

Course ID: 011837
Students will carry out independent studio work under the supervision of Fine Arts faculty members. Work done during this course will be exhibited early in the Fall term. Open to part-time Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 674 Graduate Studio 3 (Part-time) (1) STU

Course ID: 011838
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Regular critiques and discussions will be shcedule by the Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts part-time graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 680 Issues in Contemporary Art 1 (0.50) SEM

Course ID: 001237
A seminar course in which the various issues, motives and concerns of contemporary art will be presented and discussed. In addition to lectures on contemporary art, visiting artists and critics will speak on various aspects of the field, and participate in group discussions. Students will carry out research on individual topics and will make an extended presentation of their findings towards the end of the term. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 681 Issues in Contemporary Art 2 (0.50) SEM

Course ID: 001238
A continuation of FINE 680. The research begun in FINE 680 will be continued in greater depth and consolidated in a major written paper. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only. Prerequisite: FINE 680.

Fine Arts (FINE) 682 Graduate Senior Seminar 1 (0.50) SEM

Course ID: 001239
This course will meet coterminously with FINE 680 . Students at this level will help to organize parts of the course and will serve as commentators and respondents for the critiques and presentations of the students in FINE 680. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only. Prerequisite: FINE 680, 681.

Fine Arts (FINE) 683 Graduate Senior Seminar 2 (0.50) SEM

Course ID: 001240
This course is a continuation of FINE 682. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only. Prerequisite: FINE 682.

Fine Arts (FINE) 690 Graduate Studio 1 (1) STU

Course ID: 001241
This course consists of directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration, as indicated in their original statement of intention. Appropriate studio space will be provided for all students enroled in this course, and regular critiques and discussions will be scheduled by the First Year Graduate Committee. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 691 Graduate Studio 2 (1) STU

Course ID: 001242
A continuation of FINE 690 ; directed individual studio work in the student's chosen area of concentration. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only. Prerequisite: FINE 690.

Fine Arts (FINE) 692 Graduate Summer Studio (1) STU

Course ID: 001243
Students will carry out independent studio work under the supervision of Fine Arts faculty members. During half of the term, students may serve as interns in the studios of professional artists, under the terms of the Keith and Win Shantz Summer Internship Program. Work done during this course will be exhibited early in the Fall term. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 694 Special Topics in Art History and Criticism (0.50) RDG

Course ID: 010614
Reading courses in art history and criticism, to be arranged subject to Fine Arts Department approval. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 695 Selected Subjects in Studio Art (0.50) STU

Course ID: 010615
Studio practice courses in various media, to be arranged subject to Fine Arts Department approval. Open to Fine Arts graduate students only.

Fine Arts (FINE) 696 Pedagogy in Fine Arts (0.50) LEC,SEM

Course ID: 015601
This professional practice course looks as the art school from a pedagogical perspective. It examines some of the practicalities of teaching a studio-based course (developing a course syllabi and assignments), as well as historical and theoretical underpinnings.