Alan Thompson

Associate Professor

Art & Design

508-999-8921

508-999-8912

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Star Store, New Bedford 234

Teaching

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Teaching

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Survey of the visual arts and consumer products from the 40s to the 80s. The objects we live with, use and wear reflect the beliefs, attitudes and tastes of the time. This course offers a survey of the development of the pop object, product design and craft media from World War II to the present. An overview of world events, art and architecture, political and social change will be included to provide context and chronology.

Intro-level special topics in Art + Design. General topics of interest and relevance to Art + Design majors as well as non-majors. Topics may include skills and concepts related to one or more of the areas of study within the department. Course can be repeated with change of content.

The basic properties and characteristics of metal. Projects involve learning to saw, form, fabricate, and finish various metals and will include simple stone settings.

Advanced special topics in Art+ Design. Topics of interest and relevance to advanced Art+ Design majors. Conceptual exploration and/or professional-level experiences may be related to one or more of the areas of study within the department Course can be repeated with change of content.

Advanced special topics in Art+ Design. Topics of interest and relevance to advanced Art+ Design majors. Conceptual exploration and/or professional-level experiences may be related to one or more of the areas of study within the department Course can be repeated with change of content.

Advanced special topics in Art+ Design. Topics of interest and relevance to advanced Art+ Design majors. Conceptual exploration and/or professional-level experiences may be related to one or more of the areas of study within the department Course can be repeated with change of content.

Advanced special topics in Art+ Design. Topics of interest and relevance to advanced Art+ Design majors. Conceptual exploration and/or professional-level experiences may be related to one or more of the areas of study within the department Course can be repeated with change of content.

Study under the supervision of a faculty member in an area not otherwise part of the discipline's course offerings. Conditions and hours to be arranged.

Study under the supervision of a faculty member in an area not otherwise part of the discipline's course offerings. Conditions and hours to be arranged.

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