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Critical Studies (CRIT)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in HSH101; phone (213) 821-1290.
- The Roski School of Art and Design wants to accommodate as many non-majors, majors, and minors as possible in its classes. If you encounter any barrier to registering for a class of your choice, please call our advisers at 213-821-1290 or visit the Roski website at roski.usc.edu/students/d-clearance.html
Critical frameworks and theoretical perspectives of contemporary public art issues explored through case studies and discussions with artists, architects, and designers engaging the public realm. (Duplicates credit in former PAS 371)
|33500D||001||Lecture||9:00-11:50am||Mon, Wed||30 of 50||Rochelle Steiner||HAR101|
Lecture and discussion course in the professional practice of art featuring formal presentations by visiting artists and scholars. (Duplicates credit in FA 515)
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the ART department but may qualify for major credit in CRIT. To register, enroll in ART 515.
|33312D||001||Lecture||6:00-7:50pm||Tuesday||10 of 22||Noura Wedell||HAR101|
Second in a sequence of three courses on history/theory of curatorial methods, with practical experience necessary to mounting exhibitions and devising interfaces with the public. Prerequisite: CRIT 555. (Duplicates credit in former PAS 555b)
- Prerequisite: CRIT 555
|33375D||001||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Tuesday||7 of 16||Karen Familian||IFT115|
Supervised internship in an art institution or an art agency, or with an independent curator or artist, on projects and research specific to public space. Recommended preparation: Completion of first year of courses. Graded CR/NC. (Duplicates credit in former PAS 591)
|33360D||001||Lecture||TBA||TBA||4 of 15||Penelope Jones||OFFICE|