NAS 424 Indigenous Activism and Contemporary Cultural Expression 4 cr.
- Offered: Contact department
- Applies toward the human expression (hume) general education requirement.
- Prerequisite: NAS 204 and NAS 224. (NAS 224 may be waived by the instructor should both knowledge of NAS primary themes and skill to create bead work be demonstrated).
Students will investigate the relationship between indigenous artists and contemporary indigenous social justice movements in the United States and Canada through the analysis of indigenous art forms and representation as well as the skill and practice of creating visual rhetoric through beadwork.