ARCM 571 Arts Education, Community Engagement, and Advocacy (3)
Individuals of all ages benefit from arts education programs, which in turn bolsters the quality and power of communities. In this course, students will examine current trends in arts education within the context of school districts and community-centered cultural institutions. Through an exploration of related programs, funding, standards, and advocacy, students will design arts education programs and create plans for communicating their impact. Arts education will serve as the foundation for broader discussions of how artists and arts institutions should and do advance social justice. The course is designed for the arts administrator though it is equally valuable to the educator.
Course Frequency: Fall
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