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California State University, Los Angeles
Arts & Letters / Department of Art / Fashion Fiber and Materials
ART 3410, Modern to Contemporary History of FFM, 01, Spring 2018
|Instructor:||Carole Frances Lung- Bazile (Professor Lung)|
|Office Location:||Fine Arts 256|
|Office Hours:||Monday / Wednesday 7-8:30 am / 3-3:30 pm|
|Class Days/Time:||Monday / Wednesday 1:40-2:55|
Course Description Modern to contemporary history course exploring fashion, fiber, textiles, crafts and related art and design movements.
Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of artist, designers, and innovators related to the field of Fashion, Fiber and Materials from 1900-1998.
- Implementation of Fashion, Fiber and Materials vocabulary.
- Demonstrate the ability to develop and write a focused research paper.
- Demonstrate the ability to develop, execute and produce a focused topic for presentation.
- Demonstrate the ability to participate in class discussions.
Required Texts/Readings READINGS WILL BE PROVIDED
Other equipment / material requirements Students will need to supply the following materials for unit assignments.
Maintain a free wordpress blog
Classroom Protocol Students are expected to Participate, be Prepared, and be Prompt. Every class day will have an opportunity to participate, that is, join in class discussions. In order to participate, you will need to be prepared by completing the reading and assigned homework, and by bringing all required supplies and materials; and you will need to be prompt, by being on time to class and signing in.
Late assignments are not accepted. Homework posts must be posted on blog or moodle before class starts. Presentations must be ready at the start of class.
Absenteeism: five unexcused absences will result in failure of the course.
Dropping and Adding Students are responsible for understanding the policies and procedures about add/drops, academic renewal, etc. Students should be aware of the current deadlines and penalties for adding and dropping classes: https://get.calstatela.edu/Registrar.htm.
Assignments and Grading Policy
30 class meetings: Participate, Prepared, Prompt: 90 points
Assignment 1: Annotated Bibliographies from the readings. Students will maintain a blog page with the following for each reading: reading citations, a short summary, and personal thoughts and insights from the source. One annotated bibliographies class. 18 pts. (LO: 1 and 2)
A. Research and Write a Journal article investigating the history of a fashion style, textile design, weavings, artist, designer or movement, which occurred between 1900-1990’s and write 10-25 page research article, with 1-5 images no larger than 3’x4″ for one of the following journals, MLA Format posted on your blog as a PDF, include image 30 pts. (LO: 1,3,4,5)
Examples of Journals you could write for: USE THE RESOURCES THROUGH THE LIBRARY SUCH AS JSTOR
Journal of Design history
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin
Technology and Culture
Industrial and Labor Relations Review
The Business History Review
The American Historical Review
The Journal of American History
and the list goes on.
B. Physical Object: students are required to use their skills to reproduce with historical accuracy a well crafted textile, garment or collection of accessories from your research. There should be up ward of 30 hours of work put into this project. Students will post on the blog their processes, and a photograph of the garment / accessory being worn in a photoshoot and identify the historical vocabulary of what you produced. 25 pts (LO:1,3,4,5)
C. POSTER SESSION: students will present a poster digital PDF for presentation to the greater campus at the Library. 15 pts (LO 1, 3, 4, 5)
Summary of Grading: Total Points 178
Points converted to letter grades:
|Percentage of total points||Your earned
|Percentage of total points||Your earned
|166 – 178||93 – 100%||A||130 – 136||73 – 76%||C|
|160 – 165||90 – 92%||A-||125 – 129||70 – 72%||C-|
|155 – 159||87 – 89%||B+||119 – 124||67 – 69%||D+|
|148 – 154||83 – 86%||B||112 – 118||63 – 66%||D|
|142 – 147||80 – 82%||B-||107 – 111||60 – 62%||D-|
|137 – 141||77 – 79%||C+||0 – 106||below 60%||F|
Student Handbook Information on student rights and responsibilities, academic honesty, standards of conduct, etc., can be found in Schedule of Classes (http://www.calstatela.edu/classschedule/) under Policies and Procedures.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Reasonable accommodation will be provided to any student who is registered with the Office of Students with Disabilities and requests needed accommodation.
Monday Jan 22
Introduction to course / Sign up for Presentation days
Wednesday Jan 24
annotated Bibliography Exercise
HOMEWORK: post annotated bibliography exercise from class by Monday 7 am.
READINGS AND ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES ARE STANDING HOMEWORK YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING UP WITH.
Monday Jan 29 GENDER underwear
Wednesday Jan 31 The New Look
Monday Feb 5 NO CLASS MTG Professor Lung in NYC
Wednesday Feb 7 NO CLASS MTG Professor Lung in NYC
Develop research briefs (statement of intention about what you will research and what your object will be about.) Post your Brief on the blog.
Week 4 MTGS WITH PROFESSOR LUNG ABOUT YOUR RESEARCH PROJECTS FA 256
Monday Feb 12 GROUP A
Wednesday Feb 14 GROUP B
Monday Feb 19 Feminism
Wednesday Feb 21 Dandy and Drag
Monday Feb 26 WAR AND TECHNOLOGY – Wearing Propaganda
Wednesday Feb 28 – Camoflauge
Monday March 5 – Cold War
Wednesday March 7 Fashion at the Edge I
Monday March 12 Fashion at the Edge II
Wednesday March 14 MIGRATION / TRADE Global Trade agreements 1970’s – 90
Wednesday March 14 RESEARCH ARTICLES DUE, POSTED AS A PDF ON YOUR BLOG BY 5 PM. Your grades will be emailed to CSULA email account.
Monday March 19 Object Proposals due / bring sketches and 1 paragraph statements about what you will make for WORKSHOPING OBJECTS WITH CLASS AND PROFESSOR LUNG
Wednesday March 21 Economic Development and Cultural Change
Spring Break March 26 – April 2
Monday April 2 – Migration of textile traditions
Wednesday April 4 – Soviet Hippies
Monday April 9 FASHION AS ART / ART AS FASHION – Surrealism
Wednesday April 11 Fashion Projects of the Avant Gard
OBJECT TRADE SHOW in FA 239
Monday April 16 GROUP A
Wednesday April 18 GROUP B
Monday April 23 Bring digital sketches and 1 paragraph statement about your poster board WORKSHOP POSTER BOARD PRESENTATIONS WITH CLASS AND PROFESSOR LUNG
Wednesday April 24 Bauhaus to Black Mountain
Monday April 30 Lenore Tawny / Clarie Zeistler
Wednesday May 2 Faith Ringgold / Miriam Schapiro
Week 15 Petch Kucha POSTER BOARD PRESENTATIONS.
Monday May 7 GROUP A
Wednesday May 9 GROUP B
Wednesday May 16 12-2 pm FINAL CLASS MEETING at the library 2nd floor walk through to see the posters.
CALENDAR IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE