GNHN 2207 - Honors: Fine Arts as Global Perspective
3credit hour(s)Prerequisite: Department Approval Introduces interdisciplinary perspectives from fine arts fields such as visual arts, theater, architecture, dance, and music. Its goal is to encourage understanding of the role of art in society and culture. Engages students with various fine art pieces throughout the semester in order to experience, interpret, and analyze art. Students explore the role or impact of art globally and historically—how art affects societies and how societies affect art, and the significance and import of the arts, both in terms of production and of experience. Student will strengthen their problem solving skills through the creative process and understand the relationship between fine art and other disciplines. Students will also consider various examples of controversy and censorship toward specific works of art.
Students who have passed ENG 1101 or ENG 1101P with a B or better and a GPA of 3.2 or higher after 9 semester credit hours, or graduates of high school honors programs are eligible. Invitations to the Honors program are sent out prior to registration each semester.