VIS328H1: Publishing Platforms

Hours: 
30L/24P

From manifestos for avant-garde art and architecture movements to contemporary digital exchanges, publishing has played an important role in both the development of aesthetic discourse and as a primary platform for creation. This course combines both the seminar format for looking at the history of publishing as well as a studio environment for participants who will create publishing platforms such as posters, journals, serial magazines, artists books, pamphlets, micro-presses, blogs, websites, and social media.

Prerequisite: 
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)
Enrolment Limits: 

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty