FA 321 - Avant-Garde Art, Film, Rock Music and Subcultures

Description
General education humanities and fine arts advanced issues and perspectives course. Exploration of 20th century avant-garde art and film movements and their influence on late 20th century popular music, visual culture, and countercultures and subcultures such as mod, glam, punk, hacker, goth, rave and others. Required attendance at art exhibitions, film screenings, lectures.
Credits
3
Attributes
GEN ED: Human+Fine Arts I+P, Fine Arts Course Fee, GEP Approved Humanities Course, Off Campus Course Fee, Course from 4-YR School, Waitlisted
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018
Avg. Class Size
50
Avg. Sections
1