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VIS332H1 Advanced Critical Theory

A continuation of philosophic and theoretical writings first introduced in JAV200. Concepts in epistemology, psychoanalysis, socio-political thought, economic theory, visual culture, semiotics, material culture, feminism, queer studies, postcolonial theory, critical race theory, and indigenous studies are explored through primary texts.

JAV200H1/ VIS200H1

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

VIS308H1 Advanced Drawing: Experimental Practice

This course continues to build on VIS205H1 Drawing: Experimental Practices. Experimenting with a wide-ranging set of concepts, materials, techniques, and processes, students further explore the potential of drawing beyond its traditional and preconceived limits.

JAV200H1/ VIS200H1, VIS205H1

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

VIS309H1 Advanced Printmaking

Seminars and studio projects give the more advanced students the opportunity to address issues of transformation in print technology.

JAV200H1/ VIS200H1, VIS206H1/ VIS207H1

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

VIS420H1 Advanced Readings in Contemporary Art and Culture

A seminar course that investigates current issues in contemporary art. Focus is on contemporary theoretical readings and classic texts. The focus of topic changes each offering pending instructors research specialty and current issues.

0.5 FCE at the 200-level in VIS courses, JAV200H1/ VIS200H1

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

VIS340H1 Advanced Sound Studio

Exploration and experimentation in advanced sound artworks. Building from projects first conducted in the intro prerequisite course, this course further considers architectural acoustics, politics of soundscapes, sonification and music in relation to contemporary art. Course content is composed of studio projects, presentations and seminars.

JAV130H1, JAV101H1, JAV152H1, VIS240H1

VIS303H1 Advanced Time-Based Installation

This project-based course advances students development in conceptualizing and producing time-based art forms including audio and audio installation, video and video installation, interactive performance, installations employing light and other forms of time-based media used by contemporary artists. Seminars and readings augment the self-directed projects produced by the students.

JAV200H1/ VIS200H1, VIS202H1/ VIS203H1

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

ARC465H1 Advanced Topics in Architecture

Examination of an advanced topic in the design of architecture. The focus of the course changes depending upon the instructors research specialty or current issues in architecture.

1.0 FCE at the 300-level in ARC courses

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC466H1 Advanced Topics in Landscape Architecture

Examination of an advanced topic in the design of landscape architecture. The focus of the course changes depending upon the instructors research specialty or current issues in landscape architecture.

1.0 FCE at the 300-level in ARC courses

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC451H1 Advanced Topics in the History and Theory of Architecture

Examination of an advanced topic in the history and theory of architecture. The focus of the course changes depending on the instructors research specialty as well as current issues.

1.0 FCE at the 300-level in ARC courses

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

ARC452H1 Advanced Topics in the History and Theory of Landscape Architecture

Examination of an advanced topic in the history and theory of landscape architecture. The focus of the course changes depending on the instructors research specialty as well as current issues.

1.0 FCE at the 300-level in ARC courses

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