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

Brian Michael Murphy

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?


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Delivery Method: Entirely remote (synchronous)
Prerequisites:5000-level course: Enrollment in the MFA Program in Public Action. For registration, please e-mail bmurphy@bennington.edu to confirm
Course Level: 5000-level (Graduate)
Credits: 4
TBA (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 4
Course Frequency: Every Term

Categories: All courses , Advancement of Public Action , Entirely Remote
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