VIS331H1: Art Criticism


Criticism is a practice of writing distinct from academic argumentation or artists' writings, with a long history in periodicals, newspapers, and exhibition catalogues. The course surveys the genre to analyze key texts that have shaped the narrative of art leading to, and including, the current discourse. Students both read and write criticism in the course, experimenting with voice, rhetoric, and polemics.

Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)
Enrolment Limits
This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty