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TAPS 101T: Introduction to the Arts: Think, Make, Create (ARTSINST 101)

What is art? How does literature, poetry, and painting intersect? What legacies of practice are shared between cinema, dance, and theatre? This course takes as its focus the practice and theory of art-making across mediums and forms. We will explore a range of performing and fine arts, examining core questions of these disciplines. Theoretical texts, from historical periods and global perspectives, will be put in conversation with primary sources including but not limited to poetry, painting, textile work, performance, dance, music, and cinema. The course will include practice workshops, museum visits, special collections work, and other arts-based activities. Students will build a project from theoretical consideration to artistic output. This course, as a required course for the Interdisciplinary Arts Minor, will provide foundational readings and perspectives. All students interested in Honors in the Arts and/or IDA should consider enrolling!
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