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Visual Arts (VISU) Courses Listing - Professional Practices in Art

Visual Arts 4017 Professional Practices in Art
Outlines the methods of sustaining an art practice as a visual artist. Following a review of the Canadian gallery structure, students will explore strategies for self-promotion by preparing a curriculum vitae, learning about photo and video documentation, online promotion and creating a public profile, and writing an application cover letter. Topics also include grants and grant writing for visual artists, establishing a studio business, graduate studies, studio residencies, and other opportunities for artists.
Credit Weight: 0.5

4th Year Standing in Honours Visual Arts

Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Notes: Notes: enrolment limit 15. Students must have fourth year standing in the Visual Arts Honours program. Students who have a previous credit in Visual Arts 4130 may not take Visual Arts 4017 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type A: Humanities