ART 411a03 - Seminar in Visual Culture & Theory: Text and Textiles
Description: Course examining artists who make work at the intersections of text and textile focusing on modern and contemporary artists. The course will begin with a chronological overview of textile/fiber art (weaving, embroidery, knitting/crochet, samplers, quilting, etc.) and its relationship to text, and then continue thematically (for example, attending to issues of gender & identity, social justice, poetics, narrative, collage & montage, materiality & form, and the now-historical divide of craft/art) and include work by writers/artists from antiquity to the present.
Not for credit if had ART 311a03.
Credit Hours: 3
Graduate Level Course: This course is approved for graduate credit
This course has no upcoming offerings. Please contact the department if you have questions about when this will be offered.