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Re: Artists and Social Issues
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Christine Beth Johnson
Mon, 6 Jan 1997 21:23:31 -0500 (EST)
You might want to consut Mary Ann Beckworth at Michigan Tech Univerisity.
MTU is an engineering school that requires a univeristy art course of all
its major,( one semester). Students gain some valuable insights into the
power of the visual arts and really enjoy the course. Mary Ann is a
particing artist as well an excellent art educator
MTU, Houghton, Michigan
Good luck on this important offering.
On Mon, 6 Jan 1997 KJA4465 wrote:
> For a higher education course focusing on activist/political art, is there an
> integrated curriculum--text, multimedia resources, etc.--that examines how
> artists are engaged with such social issues as human misery, economic systems
> (housing), crime, environment, health, poverty problems, discrimination,
> international trade, unemployment, government expenditures, and the national
> debt? Any resource references related to this subject area would be
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