Students of this course may try their hand at their own public art interventions, or simply focus on learning from the theory of public practice and its recent history. Designed by artist and Duke professor, Pedro Lasch, and co-taught by Creative Time artistic director, Nato Thompson, this course presents public culture and art in their radically reinenvented contemporary forms. The lectures link major developments of recent decades to wider topics like spatial politics, everyday social structures, and experimental education.
ART of the MOOC: Public Art and PedagogyDuke University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ART OF THE MOOC: PUBLIC ART AND PEDAGOGY
Interesting perspective on art I hadn't considered prior to this course. Thanks so much.
I loved this. The class was very informative and enjoyable. I didn’t realize I would move through the course so fast. Will be taking more courses.
This course was excellent. The content was really engaging, the tutors were very responsive and the assignments were interesting. I would wholeheartedly recommend it.
I loved this course - very interesting content, and it helped me a lot for future pedagogical adventures with my urban arts association. Thank you!
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