Project #13306 - Art Manifesto

This must first assignment is already passed due date, but it needs to hand in at least show something for professor and accepted. If you need some informations and ideas from me please leave message let me know so we can get into right assignment and help you to do assignment easily. This should done as soon as possible so I would recommend start this one first.

 

Start drafting a designer’s or artist’s manifesto.

“Your ability to be articulate about what you believe will make or break you as an artist.”

—Denny

 

Please do two things for this coming Monday, September 23:

1.

Read the excellent chapter “Writing Art Manifestos” from Bernstein and Yatchisin’s Writing for the Visual Arts. (I’ve posted it as a pdf in next week’s block on GoStudio.)

Take its advice to heart. Use its suggestions to explore your own ideas about design and art. Don’t short-circuit the process; take advantage of this chance to figure out what you really do think. 

Each of you has written several project descriptions and a case study in this class, and you’ve been doing art and design since you came to CCAD. Underneath every one of those exercises lie principles—ideas, beliefs, rules of thumb, ways of working, etc. They may be practical, ethical, or aesthetic; they may concern you as an artist- or designer-in-training, the objects you make, the people who use or view them, or the profession you are about to enter. Only you can know or discover what they are. Many of them lie below the water line, but they are there the way a rudder is there: they steer you.

Pull some of those principles to the surface. Put them into words.

 

2.

So bring to class a several pages of notes. Notes. I suggest making little launches, clusters of phrases, sentences, or paragraphs inspired by suggestions—and there are many—in the chapter from Writing for the Visual Arts. Keep going when what you’re writing feels hot. Stop when it runs dry. Develop at least 2–3 pages of such “notes” (word process them, please). All I want you to do is think about these issues. If you think on paper, you have done well.

 

This is second request assignment which has due 30th Sep.

Due this coming Monday:

1.

Hand in a personal statement of art or design principles, a design manifesto. 500 words or thereabouts. Word processed, 24-point Times Roman.

I posted on GoStudio a chapter from a book about writing for the visual arts that discusses how you might go about writing such a manifesto. We’ve talked about it in class; several of you have already written preliminary ideas (all of you were given that assignment); we discussed some of those possibilities today.

This piece is your chance to discover and explore just what you do think about art and/or design, specifically the art or design you’re practicing in your major. Take the chance to figure out your guiding principles (or explain the heck out of one of them). As E. M. Forster famously said, “How do I know what I think until I see what I say?”

2.

Read and take to heart the handout I gave you from that anonymous ’70s-era Ohio State graduate student. Use its ideas in what you write. Prepare for a quiz about that handout.

See you Monday.

GF

By the way, some of you received an F on the bundle of three project descriptions and one case study. You received it because you didn’t hand everything in. You still need to write whatever’s missing. You can’t rewrite these things later in the semester if you haven’t written them in the first place. Make sense?

 

 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 09/26/2013 09:00 am
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