Our final is scheduled for Thursday 05/11—this means we do not have class on Tuesday 05/09. I will hold an “open house” style meeting so you can come and check in with me any time during our scheduled 90 minute final (12:30–2pm or 3:30pm–5pm). I will distribute project grades at this time and we will all chip in to clean the studio. This is also the time to turn in any revised assignments or update me on any outstanding items.
Remember that (in accordance with the Art Department) attendance on this day is mandatory to pass this course.
All course/instructor evaluations are submitted online this semester, so feel free to complete these on your own time by the May 6th deadline.
See you next week!
For those of you who are choosing OPTION 2 for the PAW assignment, here is the schedule of events you may attend:
Next week we will be participating in Performance Art Week as a follow-up to the performance work you did earlier this semester. This assignment is worth 10% of your final grade, and you may choose one of the two assignment options below.
Note that since the schedule of events happen on both Thursday 04/20 AND Friday 04/21, we will not be having a formal class meeting on Thursday of next week — use this time to perform or attend.
Submit a proposal for Performance Art Week and perform a piece during the event.
Complete the PAW VIII Entry Form and submit it to Jeff Lambson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and CC me (email@example.com) by this Thursday 04/13. You may propose the piece you did for our performance project, or a new or revised performance art piece. If your proposal is accepted, you will perform your work during the time assigned to you by the curators on Thursday 04/20 or Friday 04/21.
Attend Performance Art Week and write a 3-5 page review.
You may choose any of the events on Thursday 04/20 or Friday 04/21 to attend. Write a 3-5 page (double spaced) review comparing and contrasting two different performances you witnessed. As a guide, you should have roughly one page of introduction to the event and performance art history, a page describing and evaluating each of the two performances you witness, and a page concluding your comparisons of each of the works. Submit your papers to me either via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in person on Thursday 04/27.
Artist presentations will begin next class, Tuesday 04/11. Check details here.
MSUDenver Facilities contact:
E-mail facilities and CC me (email@example.com) if you’d like to install your work on campus
Check out from me during class time
Black & white plotter prints:
Available at FedEx, 36″ wide x any length, $.75 /sq foot
Tile printing in Illustrator:
File > print > scaling
Wheat paste recipe:
Select a link below to download syllabus and course outline for your section. All information will be reviewed in class on the first day.
TUE + THURS 12:30pm : art1531_spring2017_1230
TUE + THURS 3:30PM : art1531_spring2017_330
Welcome to Studio Foundations 4D, taught by Katie Watson. Please access this site for digital copies of all class materials: syllabus, schedule, exercises, project assignments, reading assignments, announcements, and helpful resources.