Art and Environment
Art and Environment is a multidisciplinary graduate and upper division undergraduate
studio/seminar course open to Art, Art History and Art Education majors. It is designed
to increase awareness and understanding of the historical and contemporary interactivity
of studio artists and the environment. We will be examining the natural world as
media, catalyst and content. The course will include readings, discussions, presentations,
screenings, field trips, guest lectures and art making with accompanying critiques.
Most of these components will fall during class time, however, there will be field
sessions that will require some time outside of the allotted class hours.
EligibilityThis course is open to all WVU students with no pre-requisites. The Art and Environment course can be taken for either undergraduate or graduate credit.
Michael Sherwin, Associate Professor of Art