New Course Teaches Socially Engaged Art in Concept and Practice

Thursday, January 14, 2016
The Chronicle

Pedro Lasch, Associate Research Professor in Art, Art History & Visual Studies, is teaching a Spring 2016 course Social Art Practice and Socially Engaged Humanities, that is connected to a Humanities Writ Large supported project on Art Biennials, Global Humanities, and Socially Engaged Education.

According to a recent article in the Duke Chronicle, "the structure of the course poses ... questions through a fusion of flipped instruction and in-class activities. The course lectures and readings will be primarily online using course materials from a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that Lasch created in collaboration with the art institution Creative Time."

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Associate Research Professor, Art, Art History & Visual Studies