Aberystwyth University's School of Education & Lifelong Learning present Land Art, a course run over several months by artist and tutor Judy Macklin, including practical teaching, lectures and seminars.
Working at Poppit Sands and the surrounding area, you will create site specific artworks both individually and in groups. The course is run over many months giving you the opportunity to respond the seasons. This course will include lectures, seminars and you will be required to produce documentation as well as visual and oral presentations of your work. In order to participate fully on this course will need to be physically fit and have the stamina to work on location all day.
By focusing on specific environments students will develop in their aesthetic and conceptual responses, their understanding of place and the qualities of natural materials. The module aims to develop awareness of the discipline within a range of contextual discourses: contemporary art since 1950; the wider historical perspective of artistic response to nature and landscape; recent political/social/scientific developments in understanding of the environment.
Topics will cover:- Defining Landscape: an introduction to landscape theory and debates; Art and the Environment- a survey of the rise of Land Art and current practice; American and British Practitioners from Smithson to Richard Long; Mapping the Landscape: debate and discussion focusing on experiencing, recording and documenting the landscape.
This module is at CQFW Level 10
Booking is essential and the sooner the better as places are limited! Please contact email@example.com or telephone 01970 621 580. Details of this course and others are available on the website aber.ac.uk/en/sell
Course fee: £120.00 / Concessions: £100.00 / Fee Waiver Fee: £0.00
Course begins:22 March, 10am - 3.30pm
Please contact the School of Education & Lifelong Learning to discuss the course fee and future dates.
Pris Oedolyn: £120.00 / Pris Consesiwn: £100.00