Netherlands, Middelburg

Drawing in the 21st Century

when 1 July 2013 - 5 July 2013
duration 1 week
credits 2 ECTS
fee EUR 350

This fine arts course explores drawing as a permanently developing form of contemporary art practice. The course will take as its starting point divergent approaches to drawing. In the form of workshops, led by internationally acclaimed artists, a variety of approaches to drawing will be explored, and assumptions about the uses and practice of drawing will be challenged. The course thus offers students the opportunity to explore drawings’ potential; not just as an aesthetically driven activity, but also as a tool for communicating theoretical concepts and personal ideas. The course will offer possibilities to work with a number of practitioners representing a range of artistic practices

Course leader

Dr. J.H. Bloemsma

Target group

Undergraduate students with an interest in Fine Arts/ Fine Arts Students.

Course aim

Students will encounter very diverse approaches to the making of drawings, to the philosophy of drawing, and to the uses and purposes of drawing. This might help them to re-evaluate the potential of drawing in their own art practice.

Credits info

2 ECTS
Certificate of Attendance

Fee info

EUR 350: Course + course materials

Housing can be booked on request. The prices range from € 140 – € 160 per week depending on the type of accommodation. If you wish to make use of UCR housing, please send an email to summerschool@ucr.nl.

Scholarships

Utrecht Summer School doesn't offer scholarships for this course.

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