FORMULA FOR SUCCESS IN THESIS EXHIBITION

 

August 19: Introduction, Studio, Safety and Covid19 Practice, Creating a Thesis
Practice Calendar, and Exhibitions.

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

 

Homework:

 

I - Describe and Draw Your Plan for your show
- Your description must be typed
- Your drawings and images must be done collated professionally. 

- Your presentation should be clean, spell checked, with proper grammar, and uploaded in your cougarview in the beginning of class on August 26.

 

II – Start working in the studio to build work for exhibition

August 26: Research and Writing and Planning for Exhibition

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

            Lecture: What is an Exhibition? How to Put together an Exhibition?

            Workshop Session/Come up with a Title, Design, and Labels

 

Homework:

 

I – Thesis Statement
- Write a 2 paragraph Thesis Statement of what you would like to focus your paper on. 

- Your presentation should be clean, spell checked, with proper grammar, and uploaded in your cougarview in the beginning of class on September 2.

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition


            PRIORITY: How is everyone doing?

Autumn Grimes, Rebecca Hucks, Jolivette Woodlane, Grace Rawden, Khayla Shepard,
              Elizabeth "Jade" Thorton, and Jordan Tikkanen

 

September 2: Studio First Crit (One on One)
Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

Homework:

 

I – Work on your research paper

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

 

September 9: Lecture Display and Art Hanging

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

            Guest: Jon Lumpkin: Do’s and Don’ts in the gallery preparation for the exhibition

           

Studio Check In: Autumn Grimes, Rebecca Hucks, Jolivette Woodlane, Grace Rawden, Khayla Shepard, Elizabeth "Jade" Thorton, and Jordan Tikkanen

Homework:

 

I – Work on your research paper and work on first draft to hand in for next class. Your draft should be typed, clean, spell checked, with proper grammar, and uploaded in your cougarview in the beginning of class on September 30.

 

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

 

September 16: Class Meeting and Updates and Studio Crit II

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

             

Homework:

 

            I – Work on your research paper (Second Draft)

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

- Changes:  Please type your sources for your research paper and upload in the assignment by next class, September 23. 

Your first draft is now due September 30 along with  your website URL with an updated bio and artist statement in the website.  

September 23: Portfolio: Website, Artist Statement and Bio
Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week
Homework:

 

I – Work on your research paper 

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

III – Work on you Artist Statement and Bio and start developing or updating your website. URL are due to me by September 30 to my email: Israel_hannah@columbusstate.edu.

 

 

September 30: Studio Crit III and Class Meeting and Updates

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

Homework:

 

I – Work on your research paper and work on Second and pre-final draft to hand in for next class. Your draft should be typed, clean, spell checked, with proper grammar, and uploaded in your cougarview in the beginning of class on September October 7.

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

October 7: Work Day/Crit Continuation

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

PRIORITY: How is everyone doing?

            Homework:

I – Work on your research paper (Final Draft)

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. 20 or more Hours per week

 

October 14: Studio Crit IV and Class Meeting and Updates

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

Homework:

I – Work on your research paper (Final Draft)

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

III – Work on your bio, artist statement, and high res photograph of you and your work.  Due to Professor Israel, Israel_hannah@columbusstate.edu by October 21 before class. 

 

October 21: Labels and Presentation

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

Homework:

I – Work on your research paper (Final Draft)

 

II – Keep working in your studio to build work for exhibition

 

 

October 28: Studio Class Day/Final Week to finish your work for exhibition

Establish Hours to commit in your studio for making. at least 15 or more hours per week

November 2 - 7: Installation Week

November 11: Presentation of Website and Portfolio

November 13: All Day Reception (Student Slotted Time/2 hours per student)

November 14: All Day Reception (Student Slotted Time)

November 18: Thesis Exhibition Final Crit

November 20: Clean Up and Studio Move Out

December 1 – 5 ((By appointment) Pick Up Art Work and Final Paper Due