Graduate Seminar on Pedagogy and Public Action (APA5103.01)

Robert Ransick and Susan Sgorbati

This course is centered on conducting research and mapping the field of socially and civically engaged pedagogy within a global context. What capacities and skills do students who create artworks in collaboration with the public need to acquire and what is the history of teaching these practices?

Prerequisites: 5000-level course: Enrollment in the MFA Program in Public Action. For registration, please e-mail to confirm.
Credits: 4
Maximum Enrollment: 4
Course Frequency: Every Term
This course is categorized as Advancement of Public Action, All courses.