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Students gain hands-on experience with creating/performing (engaging with materials, instruments, creative writing, etc.) that is planned, supervised, and evaluated by a faculty member. An in-studio experience/performance (individual or group) are critiqued in some form. The Artistic Experience may be taken before, during, or after Introduction to the Creative Arts or Western Humanity in Christian Perspective I-III. Through learning to express oneself through artistic expression, students learn to:

  • Recognize elements of the creative genre being studied.

Why study Artistic Experience?

Hands-on participation in the creative process increases appreciation for and understanding of the creative arts, as well as opportunity for personal discovery and expression. This means students will:

  • Express themselves through appropriate aesthetic, creative, and symbolic means.

Course Category

  • CATEGORY: Artistic Experience (A)