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Shane Durgee

Gallery Coordinator

Dean’s Office
College of Art and Design

585-475-5719
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Shane Durgee

Gallery Coordinator

Dean’s Office
College of Art and Design

585-475-5719

Currently Teaching

STAR-563
3 Credits
This course places an emphasis on drawing and the development of form, space and expression from a variety of sources. Course content will include traditional drawing mediums and practices to exploration of unusual materials, concepts, and mark-making. Students will develop an individual mode of expression through drawing and surface exploration as well as an understanding of contemporary practices. At the completion of this course, students will create a body of work exploring developed ideas based on individual research with drawing as a practice. **Fee: A materials fee is required for this course.**
STAR-663
3 Credits
This course places an emphasis on drawing and the development of form, space, and expression from a variety of sources. Course content will include traditional drawing mediums and practices for exploration of unusual materials, concepts, and mark-making. Students will develop an individual mode of expression through drawing and surface exploration as well as an understanding of contemporary practices. At the completion of this course, students will create a body of work exploring developed ideas based on individual research with drawing as a practice. **Materials fee is required for this course**

In the News

  • September 7, 2020

    Overhead view of students at tables set up in former gallery space.

    Innovative planning, teamwork transform RIT galleries into creative academic spaces

    Normally lined with exhibits showcasing the talents of RIT faculty, students, and alumni, three RIT galleries are instead outfitted this semester with the desks and technology necessary to meet the academic needs of hundreds of first-year College of Art and Design students. The University and Bevier Galleries inside Booth Hall and the William Harris Gallery in Gannett Hall have been transformed into creative classrooms.

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