THTR1345 Active Collaboration

Course Description

Meets Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area 6 - Humanities and Fine Arts. The arts express statements about the society and culture in which they were conceived and received. This course explores the history, methods and practice of collaborative and interdisciplinary works in the arts. Students will explore aesthetics and connections in the areas of visual art, music, theatre, film, and dance. Students will observe and create collaborative art projects.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze the individual aesthetics of and collaborative connections between
    visual art, music, theatre, film, and dance.
  • Describe how integrated arts movements have historically expressed collective statements regarding society and culture.
  • Translate and demonstrate historic practices with a relevancy toward contemporary issues and concerns.
  • Apply semiotic and phenomenological methodologies to analyze and evaluate
    works of art.
  • Utilize effective collaboration skills to create projects and performances which
    apply the principles of diverse artistic mediums.
  • Translate and demonstrate historic practices with a relevancy toward contemporary issues and concerns.
  • Employ a range of collaborative communication models from fully democratic
    to leader-based.

Prerequisite

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3 credits: 3 lectures / presentations, 0 lab, 0 other