Ball State University: Fostering Dialogue and Collaboration

Ball State University: Fostering Dialogue and Collaboration

Jessica Calderwood

Ball State University: Fostering Dialogue and Collaboration

While artists have collaborated for centuries, nontraditional materials and processes introduced since mid-century have dramatically expanded the collaborative options. Possibilities range from simple dialogues to “hired guns” executing the idea of an artist unfamiliar with a particular material; they can include two artists functioning as a single entity by assuming diverse roles in executing a shared concept. In Ball State University’s SOFA presentation, Ball State University School of Art: Fostering Dialogue and Collaboration, 3-D faculty members will demonstrate how collaboration informs their practices as they mentor undergraduate and graduate students in the identification of materials and processes that best empower them.  

Presented by the School of Art, College of Fine Arts, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana; curated by Davira S. Taragin, independent curator.

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