Thursday, March 20, 2014
10:00am - 12:00pm
Prov Wash Room 237
The creative process can be very personal but there is a significant moment in the trajectory when the work faces outward and the necessary feedback and assessment occur. This fundamental aspect of the process is what we call critique.
Critique can provide the central moments in creative development; it can be both individual and social and it can address everything from broad ambitions to specific design details, all within differing forms of conversation. Critique is concerned with discovery and it encourages critical thinking.
Symposium events will begin with short critiques and discussions involving two students in the MFA program and three students in the BFA program in conversation with faculty and guest critics.