MICA-based book looks at the learning that takes place via critique
Posted 01.31.14 by Katherine Cowan '81
- Art Education
- Art History, Theory, and Criticism
- General Fine Arts
- Language, Literature, and Culture
- Decker Library
- Media Resources Collection
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
Beyond Critique: Different Ways of Talking About Art was published in late 2013. The book is edited by MICA's Joe Basile (Associate Dean of Liberal Arts Studies and Faculty, Art History, Theory and Criticism) and Susan Waters-Eller (Faculty, Drawing and General Fine Arts).
In addition to essays by the editors, the volume features work from many MICA faculty:
Whitney Sherman (Illustration), Ken Krafchek (Community Arts), Maren Hassinger (Sculpture), John Peacock (Humanities), Nancy Roeder (General Fine Arts), Dennis Farber (Foundations), Fletcher Mackey (Painting), Margee Morrison (Humanities), Dan Dudrow (Painting), Jane Elkinton (Art History), Mina Cheon and Gabriel Kroiz (Painting and Architecture).
Click here to purchase the book on Amazon.com using the Decker Library's "Buy It Now" option, the library will receive a contribution for each purchase -- you can even continue with shopping on Amazon.com, and we will receive a percentage of your total purchases!
The book is also available in our circulating collection, and is currently on Course Reserve at the Circulation desk -- inquire there for an in-house check-out.