MGMM Summer Session
All new MGMM students spend approximately two weeks on the Western campus to take MGMM 600, 3 credits, Orientation and Practicum. MGMM 600 provides an introduction to and fundamentals for the entire program of study and initiates network development. This intensive course includes a one-day program orientation, practicum instruction in on-site gallery and studio classroom settings, field trips and workshops with arts professionals. The program will involve a complete installation of an exhibition for the Quigley Gallery. There will also be a three-day excursion to Aspen to visit the Aspen Art Museum, Anderson Ranch and its world-class galleries.
Prerequisite: acceptance into the MGMM graduate program.
On campus housing is available for students enrolled in MGMM 600: Orientation and Practicum. Course dates TBA. Housing reservation forms will be available at a later date.
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