This applied theory course explores the development of effective presentation materials by which studio artists contextualize, articulate and document the intentions of their own creative work. Course activities include learning how to write effective visual analysis and artist statements, photograph and digitally document artworks, create online portfolios and prepare a variety of professional presentation materials such as résumés and letters of application. Course work culminates with students creating their own online portfolio. This course satisfies an art theory requirement for art majors with a concentration in studio art. This course replaces ARTH 425, therefore, students who have taken ARTH 425 may not take ART 425 for credit. Prerequisite: One 300-level studio art course or consent of instructor.