|Time||Days||Location||Instructor||GER||Credit||OPUS Class Number||Syllabus (Tentative)|
Rich Building 107
||HAP. ||4||1525|| TBA. |
January 18, 2012- May 01, 2012
Catalog Description: This course examines the practical, aesthetic, and current issues of dance as a fine art and profession. Focus areas in the course generally include the arts in higher education, arts advocacy, grant writing and presentation skills, dance as a reflection of contemporary culture, and guest lectures from a myriad of professionals in dance related fields. Individual subtopics in the course will vary depending on topical issues and immediate resources. The course material is delivered via readings, discussions, project-based assignments, guest speakers, and field trips as appropriate. Required course for dance and movement studies majors.
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