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ART 305 - Art and Activism -D

This course focuses on the dynamic practice between the creative power of the arts and the strategic planning of activism. Students will survey existing theory on artistic activism and analyze social movement case studies as a basis for an informed perspective. Students will then learn how to create images digitally that rouse emotion with an emphasis on bringing about social change. This course is intended for anyone, whether they have an art background or not, who wishes to better understand and participate in the arts, activism, and social change.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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