This course explores human values, attitudes, and ideas by examining the history and nature of creative expression representing a variety of art forms, which may include architecture, painting, sculpture, dance, film and video, photography, drama, music, and literature through an intensive travel experience. Students examine art forms from a variety of different time periods, cultural movements, and creators, incorporating the terms, processes, and tools used by artists. This course includes an educator-lead experiential learning program. Students will participate in open, appropriate, and effective interactions across cultures. An additional fee will apply to cover travel costs.
The semester in which this course is offered is to be determined.