Art for Social Change
About the Course:
Art creates impact - and impact is needed to create change. This semester-long curriculum guides students through researching a social issue, analyzing it critically, and addressing it through public, multimedia art. Students will meet once a week to discuss articles, interact with practicing artists, and utilize studio time to produce aesthetically striking and critically innovative work. This class will also involve documentary screenings, student presentations, and short reflective papers. There will be two main projects: a mini poster project and a large public exhibition project. This class has been granted $1,600 by the UCIRA to implement it's projects. Individual artists or activists will learn to collaborate and raise community awareness through the power of art.
How to Enroll:
Students will apply by written applications and follow-up person interviews.
Students of all majors are encouraged and welcomed.
Please email Gina Su at email@example.com and a short application will be sent to you.
Applications are due on Monday August 20th at 11:59pm.
Course Contact: ginaksu AT gmail.com
Faculty Sponsor: Brody Reiman
Time & Location:
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