After completing this course, students will be able to work with a local community to catalyze the creation of new vernacular Scripture-based and community-development messages in indigenous forms of artistic communication. They will be able to encourage sustainability by helping integrate these expressions into local community life; designing interactive, dialogue-based learning activities for arts-discovery and arts-creation workshops; mentoring local artists; promoting the dissemination of indigenous Christian works; and encouraging the positive self-identity that these forms may engender.
Course DetailsLevel: Graduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Fall
Prerequisites: AA5339 Research Methods for World Arts or AA5384 Expressive Form Analysis or permission of instructor
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