This course involves learning the performance and artistic skills needed for cross-cultural participation in one of the artistic traditions of a community. Emphasis is on developing an understanding of how to perform within the context of a chosen tradition, including researching this tradition and how it functions artistically and socially in its community. The choice of ethnic ensemble or mentoring relationships will vary depending upon the type of student need and availability of instructors. The student will take initiative in choosing and engaging with their mentor, in consultation with the course head. This course may be retaken if the genre studied is completely different from a previous session.
Note: This course requires access to an internet connection capable of supporting Zoom class meetings that will be scheduled around students’ availability.
Course DetailsLevel: Master's Level
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Spring/Fall
Prerequisites: WA5381 Arts for a Better Future, or WA5339 Research Methods for World Arts, or WA5384 Expressive Form Analysis, or WA5382 Applied Arts or permission of the instructor.
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