INTS 346: Art as Social Action
INTS 346-002: Art as Social Action
04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R
Peterson Family Health Sciences Hall 1105
Course Information from the University Catalog
This learning community explores historical records to understand different ways art has been produced, distributed, and consumed. Examines ways artists have affected change in their worlds. Through interdisciplinary studies, teaches major social movements and artists and theories used in socially engaged art. Students engage in experiential learning outside classroom as course requirement. Limited to three attempts.
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