Assignment #1

ARTC 418, Fall 2007

 

PARTI

Initial Presentations, Aug 23 and Aug 28

 

Present samples of YOUR work that represent a direction that you wish to take for your BFA exhibition.  Only include work that is pertinent to what you want to do.  If you are unsure, bring some of your best work and the class will help you figure out some things to try. 

 

PART II

Self-Assessment, Due Aug 28

 

Write a VERY short summary of where you are artistically.  By this I mean what area(s) of digital arts do you consider your primary medium?  What do you make?  Do you have a style?  Do you tend to work on specific themes or types of ideas?  What is distinctive about your work?  This is not a summary about professional goals; rather this is about your ART.

 

Find work that in some way is connected to yours, whether it is style, type, content, or inspiration.  Mention this work in your summary and if you wish, include pictures.

 

MUST BE TYPED

Turn in a hard copy to me and put a digital copy in the class folder

 

PART III

Contract, Draft, Due Aug 28

 

As explained in class, you will be working each class period (and outside of class) on a body of work for the BFA exhibition.  You will have weekly check-ins in some form (see calendar online).  This contract will explicitly spell out what you will be working on during and outside of class.  I will check your progress against this contract, which we will adjust depending on our conversations.

 

You contract will specify:

  1. What you will work on (type of digital art)
  2. What form it will take
  3. Formal considerations, if any
  4. What idea you will work on
  5. Rough set of goals by week

       Break this up by thinking of week 2 though week 8, midterm, week 9 through 15, and final.  Keep in mind that this is very rough and will change, but it is a place for us to start our individual discussions.

 

MUST BE TYPED

Turn in a hard copy to me and put a digital copy in the class folder

 

PART IV

Revised contract, Due Sep 4

Revisions due based on instructor feedback.