Senior exhibition is a culminating practicum experience that combines the exploration of professional practices in gallery and museum exhibition design and gallery management, as well as learning how to curate a body of work to be installed in a gallery. This course is required for Art Education and Studio Art majors. Art programming appropriate for art education, gallery and/or museum education will be researched and applied in their senior exhibition. Self-promotion strategies and materials will be developed for an artist’s gallery talk for the exhibition. Studio fee assessed. Prerequisites: ART 382 and senior status, and ART 482 for Studio Art majors.