Public Art and Architectural Art
Updated: February 24th, 2014
FSU’s Public Art and Architectural Art Specialized Studies Program is for undergraduate art majors. The program begins Spring 2013. If you are an FSU Art major and you have or will complete your Foundations requirements by the end of Summer 2013, you are eligible to apply.
In order to apply, you must register for
ARH4933 Contemporary Art for Public Spaces (Online):
This undergraduate survey course will address key conceptual issues as they relate to the function(s) of public art/architectural art. Discussions will include the history, theories and models of public art, contemporary social/cultural issues associated with creating art for the public sphere, relationship to architecture/environment, and analysis of existing public art projects. Applications will be made available Spring 2014 to students enrolled in the online ARH 4933 Contemporary Art for Public Spaces.
ART4930 Entering the Public Sphere: How to Apply for Public Art Commissions (Online):
This undergraduate course provides information about the process of applying for public art commissions including in-depth information about each component of the application. Students will go through the process of designing a public art project and creating a complete proposal. This course will provide insight into the business side of public art and the experiences of creating a proposal that will elucidate the beginning steps of creating work for the public sphere.
Deadline: Monday, March 19th, 2014 at 11:59 pm
Submit a .pdf to include the following information in this order. Please email your .pdf, labeled with your full name, to Carolyn Henne at email@example.com.
Year in School:
Number of total credit hours completed to date:
FSU email address:
- An unofficial transcript
- Current course schedule
- In 300-500 words, "How do I see this program fitting in with my educational and career goals?"
- 5-10 Images of work (with each image, provide description)
- If it is an assignment, what was the assignment?
- If it was not an assignment, what were you trying to do?
- Year the work was made: