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ARTH 383 Queer Partnerships in Art and Art-Making
Diverse forms of human contact and creative collaboration, their effects on art and art-making, and their capacity to challenge conventions of artistic genius as dependent on masculinity, singularity, and heteronormativity.
Pre-reqs: (Restricted to 3rd and 4th year students majoring in Visual Art or Art History.)
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|ARTH 383 001||Lecture||1||Wed||14:00||17:00|
ARTH 383 in 2019W is open to all students, from all programs (despite what the published prerequisite notes). If registration is blocked, the course is full and a waitlist has been opened.
This course examines diverse forms of human contact and creative collaboration and the effect on art and art-making in challenging conventions of artistic genius as dependent on masculinity, singularity, and heteronormativity, examining the intersections at which queer relationships, partnerships, and collaborations meet artistic practice. We reflect on historical shifts in sociocultural attitudes towards queer identities and the consequences of these shifts for queer relationships and creative collaborations.
|ARTH 383 01W||Waiting List||1||Wed||14:00||17:00|
ARTH 383 01W is a waitlist for ARTH 383 001. Students will be moved periodically off the waitlist into the class as seats become available, and notified of their registration via email.