Art and Performance
Students who complete the major in Art and Performance (AP) pursue an interdisciplinary study of the arts by selecting among courses in historical context, studio practice, performance ensemble, creative writing, and ideas and interpretation of the arts. In the AP core course, students will experience the theory and practice of the arts in a workshop setting and, in studio or ensemble courses, will gain practical experience in at least one area of the visual or performing arts or creative writing. Courses in the historical context and interpretation of the arts will enable students to understand how style, subject matter and materials may respond to different motivations and purposes. In their selection of required and elective courses, students are encouraged to focus their coursework around one of the following areas:
The School of Arts and Humanities offers several graduate degree programs for students interested in pursuing graduate work in art history, creative writing, film studies, music, theatre and the visual arts.
Since catalog course descriptions are very general, students are urged to consult the detailed course descriptions available on the Arts and Humanities home page each semester.
Unless otherwise noted, courses in Art and Performance are open to all students in the University.