September 8, 2008


Final Studio Critique:

In contrast to the initial critique, the final critique gives you complete control over how you prepare the context for the critique. Once the group enters into the critique, you have complete control over your state of receptivity and benefit from hearing unmediated responses to your work.

Following this period of receptivity, you are free to share your perspectives, ask questions, or respond to the feedback that you received. You will receive two written comments from each student. The first communicates an initial impression of / response to your work, the second a lingering question or observation at the close of the critique.