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Please note: Students interested in participating in ArtShare who are nearing the end of their program should register at least two quarters prior to their target graduation date.
Are you a painter, sculptor or musician? Do you practice other forms of visual or theatrical arts? ArtShare is an Independent Learning Pursuit (ILP) option offered quarterly to students who wish to present evidence of learning that meets the criteria for significant achievement in Fine and Performing Arts.
Core Learning Outcome (BAIFA A2X): Can create an original work of art, can define the creative process, and can discuss creative work in the context of the work of other artists in the student's chosen medium.
Students who attend ArtShare present their art for assessment in a supportive, faculty-led, group setting. ArtShare is a discussion about art, originality, skill and creativity among friends. Sessions last approximately three hours. Sign-up early because spaces are very limited and fill quickly.
Be prepared to enjoy!
ArtShare is guided by ILP rules and processes. It is a pass/fail experience. You will receive an email from ArtShare faculty with the decision within a few days of the event. Your ILP materials will be submitted to the university for billing after the event whether or not your work is assessed as passing. If you receive a 'no pass' notification after ArtShare, you are invited to revise your work and present it again at the next ArtShare session. Should your work not be passed at that time, you can choose to re-register and pay for the experience again.