Oct 20, 2021  
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HRTS 3315 - Community Engaged Practice


Credits: 3

Explores how visual and performing arts play a vital role in community transformation and social change and identifies the skills that artists need in order to successfully enter, collaborate with, and exit a community. Combines theory, history, and fieldwork to develop cross-disciplinary skills for artists desiring to work in communities. In addition to classroom sessions, students conduct site visits and meet with artists and organizers that focus on socially engaged practices. Students initiate community-engaged projects and institutional collaborations while receiving feedback and mentorship. Students create their own timeline, deliverables, and accountability measures and complete written assignments and readings relevant to their project. Culminates in a public presentation of student projects. Prerequisite: ASAG 1375  or permission from instructor.



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