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ART 260: Gallery Design and Management (3 credits)

Course Description

Design theory and techniques for presentation of art work and mounting an exhibition. Six credits may be applied to the AA degree. (6 hours studio)

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Plan and install an art display using the appropriate skills and techniques of gallery design and management.
  • Evaluate spatial relationships, design principles and color theory as related to gallery displays and discover the role intuition plays in the arts and gallery design.
  • Critique and evaluate works of art and presentation by using art terminology.
  • Prepare publicity related to gallery practice to include press releases and gallery invitations.
  • Generate a portfolio documenting art exhibitions in our local community.

Degrees and Certificates

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