Individualized majors afford students the opportunity to construct and pursue a personalized program of study, often across department lines. If individual study is not expressly part of a college’s curriculum in that students need not declare a major, admittance to such a program is usually by proposal whereby a student must demonstrate that s/he is capable of working independently and without a prescribed curriculum.
By Amanda Pierce
Mixed-media works by Fine Arts alumnus Douglas Black (Columbus College of Art and Design 1990) are on display in a solo show at the Niki Club Resort and Spa in Nasu, Japan, through June 29.
The works included in the exhibition, titled River of Dreams, are the result of Black’s three-month artist residency in the glass studio at the world-renowned resort.