ETHST-3000-2: Catalyst for Change
- Subject: Critical Ethnic Studies - Studio
- Type: Studio
- Delivery Mode: In-Person
- Level: Undergraduate
- Campus: San Francisco
- Course Dates: August 31, 2022 — December 13, 2022
- Meetings: Mon 9:00AM-03:00PM, Hubbell - 111 (Drawing Studio)
- Instructor: Pallavi Sharma
- Units: 3.0
- Enrolled: 15/16
Critical Ethnic Studies Studio introduce students to the interrelations between race/ethnicity, art making and design practices. These courses complement the Critical Ethnic Studies Seminars with their hands-on approach in which themes of ethnic identity are incorporated into studio and community practices.SECTION DESCRIPTIONThe course investigates how present-day Asian American artists are contesting societal assumptions and subverting stereotypes through their socially engaged art practices and participation in local as well as global social movements. The students will create art projects with strong sociological and political bends, which address the undercurrent problems related, but not limited to, class gender and ethnicity. Through virtual gallery/studio visits, reviews, online exchanges, and discussions with the members of cultural and artistic Asian American collectives, students will learn a critical and conceptual framework to examine the body of works of selected artists and will learn to understand the strategies of resistance and empowerment movements.
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