FAU-331 Seminar: Theory and Criticism of Contemporary Jewelry
9:00 am – 1:20 pm
South Hall, 004
This course will engage students in the theoretical and critical examination of seminal works by some of the most notable artist-jewelers from the last 75 years, along with related examples of painting, sculpture, architecture, domestic objects and costume. By studying contemporary jewelry from the mid-20th century origins to the present, students will be able to trace historic and cultural influences in present-day metal work, and a variety of other mediums.