ART 018 PZ -Unsettled Landscapes
Description: “Landscapes in the Making” is an upper level seminar course in conjunction with the Mellon Art + Environment Grant. This course will examine the cultural, political conditions, and historical narratives that inform the work of several contemporary artists, poets, filmmakers, and writers whose work engages with the landscape as both a human and natural phenomenon. This course will emphasize the work of underrepresented artists, indigenous voices, and/or feminist perspectives on “landscape”. A series of visiting guests will lead workshops and/or conduct discussions and lectures with students on a variety of topics which may include: Navajo Futurism, poetry as activism and language preservation in the American West, Performance Art & Shamanism in Ecuador etc.
Note(s): Juniors and Seniors only
For up-to-date information on current course offerings and details, please refer to the Pitzer class schedule on MyCampus2 Portal.
Please check course schedule for requirements.
[Add to Portfolio]