School of Art
Art, Environment, Sustainability
ART 2310: Art, Environment, Sustainability
ART 2310: Art, Environment, Sustainability is a course that supports the new cross-disciplinary undergraduate minor in SUSTAINABILITY being offered by Texas Tech University. The course is designed to flex for all levels
and all majors. The emphasis of this class will be on developing methods and materials
of making artworks and concept development. The format of the class includes painting/drawing/mixed
media demos, lectures, readings, writing and group critiques. The course will promote
reading, writing, artmaking at the intersection of art, environment, sustainability,
and includes a community outreach exhibition requirement. (3 credit hours)
This course joins other courses, instructed by Carol Flueckiger, that are related to Art, Environment, Sustainability.
- Honors course ART 4340-H01 Art, Environment, Sustainability
- ART 4304 Independent Study / Ogallala Commons Internship (undergraduate)
- ART 5304 Independent Study (graduate level)
- ART 5304 Independent Study / Elsewhere Studios Residency (summer graduate student art residency with Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, Colorado.)
Learn more about the SUSTAINABILITY UNDERGRADUATE MINOR.