IVPA 300 Introduction to the Intradisciplinary: an Arts Perspective




This course is team taught by faculty from a variety of visual and performing arts backgrounds and is open to students from all disciplines for the purposes of collaborative exploration and innovation. Students will gain exposure to diverse perspectives and will practice a selection of fundamental visual and performing arts techniques that provide the material approaches, structures and language for the course work. The goal is to expand the students' capabilities by extending the current approaches in their own field, revealing relationships between previously unconnected materials and concepts and applying different or new approaches to their creative processes.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework

Course Outlines

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Effective Term
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