Summer Course - Rule Breakers and Makers: Artist, Identity, Society
Rule Breakers and Makers: Artist, Identity, Society
How does society shape and influence artists? How do artists find their individual voices and make an impact? Explore your own creative vision as you take inspiration from artists in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in this two-week long collaboration with Art Education, Tyler School of Art and Architecture. Structured looking, responding, and connecting led by Art Museum Educators builds a foundation for intensive studio practice exploring a variety of materials and media.
July 22 - August 2
Monday through Friday
Course taught by Carol Royer, Tyler Art Education Faculty member and PMA educators and curators.
Sessions include in-depth and behind-the-scenes explorations of original works of art
Participants hone their artistic practice with open studio time at Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Course offered for ACT 48 credit and/or graduate credit
The Rule Breakers and Makers course focuses on modern and contemporary artists and how they impact society through their work.
Students take inspiration direct from the source, looking, discussing, and reflecting on original works of art from the museum collections and special exhibitions.
Credit: Can be taken for 3 graduate credits at the credit-bearing tuition rate.
Non-Credit: Register HERE
Credit: If you are currently a Temple student, register for ARTE 5100 Special Topics or ARTH 8450 Special Projects. If you would like to take the course for graduate credit as a non-matriculated student (you are not currently a Temple student), contact Tyler Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-777-9090