Graduate Studies: Art
Courses: Spring 2009
Masters Project 1-4 (GSA-501, 502, 551, 552)
This course represents the required studio meetings with the Core Faculty for all Grad Art candidates from M1 to M4.
Masters Thesis 5-6 (AGA-601, 651)
This course represents meetings and all other work done by Grad Art candidates from M5 to M6 in development of their final shows and theses in conjunction with their thesis committees.
Painting Workshop (AGA-553)
TH 10-4, SD1
Sculpture Workshop (AGA-503)
T 10-4, SD1
Film/Video Workshop (AGA-504)
M 12-3, LAT
Film/Video Tech Lab (AGA-505)
F 10-3, SD1
Film/Video Tech Lab is a production lab for the student who has little or no experience with film and video. Learn how to use production equipment, post-production analog video editing bay, and become literate in terms of shot structure and editing techniques and strategies.
Theories of Construction (AGA-506)
Lita Albuquerque (TBD), Annette Weisser (T, 4-7), Tom Allen (3, TH)
T or TH 4-7, SD-1
Concerned with the critiquing of student work. The object of the class is to develop, through class analysis, a sense of the theoretical implications and foundations of the work of each of the participants. Section placement assigned by the faculty.
Graduate Seminar (AGA-554)
T 7:30PM-10PM, LAT
This course is a visiting lecture series held in conjunction with the Graduate Fine Art program. Guests include internationally recognized artists, critics, art historians, architects, filmmakers, and writers from Los Angeles and around the globe. The course is mandatory every term.
Arts Stars & Rats (AGA-537)
M 4-7, SC-254
"...consumed by fire": Guy Debord, Cinema, and the Devil's Party (AGA-538)
F 3-6, SC-254
Thesis Research (AGA-699)
Time & Location N/A
Mandatory for all students who have completed their coursework in the program but have not yet submitted their thesis – not intended for currently active students.
Art History and Its Double
Monday 12-3 LAT