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The price of this class is $750.00.
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15 – 18
Students will learn the history behind Seattle’s vibrant public art collection and discover some of Seattle’s hidden gems.
Seattle is credited with being the first city in the nation to have a ‘1% for the arts program’ that when combined with a tradition of private artworks being shown publicly, amount to a cityscape filled with art.
We will explore the heritage of specific works, including artistic intent, audience reception and the role that public art serves in our urban landscape. Site visits include the Olympic Sculpture Park, Amazon.com campus, Seattle’s Central Library, Pike Place Market, and others. In addition, students will participate in making their own small scale public artworks.
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Craig Snyder is a visual artist, and adjunct professor at Cornish College of the Arts. He has served as Manager of Public Programs at Seattle Art Museum, and Curator at Cornish College of the Arts. He has an MA in Film and Television Studies from the University of Warwick and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Arts. His artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally including the British Film Institute, Brooklyn Academy of Music in NYC, NewFest Film Festival in NYC, Reeling Film Festival in Chicago and Seattle International Film Festival. His artistic and research interests include public art, and the representation of race, gender and sexuality within popular culture.