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Unformatted text preview: MacJournal MacJournal Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Time: 8:45:27 AM Topic: Course Syllabus Arts & Architecture 10 - Arts Encounters - Course Syllabus BLOG URL: http://homepage.mac.com/rswinter/AA10200 9F.html Paste this into your web browser bookmarks; this is our official class site. Course: Arts & Architecture 10: Arts Encounters (Exploring Arts Literacy in the Twenty-First Century) is an approved Gen Ed Humanities-Arts course for students in the College of Letters and Science and the School of the Arts and Architecture. Instructor : Professor Robert Winter. Class Times and Location - 11 am - 1 pm on Mon and Wed in Schoenberg Auditorium (room number is 1100 in Schoenberg Music Building). 15 TA Sections on Friday in Schoenberg Music Building at designated times. Robert Winters Office Hours: Monday, 2-3 pm, and Wednesday 2-4 pm, both in Schoenberg 2631 (near the Music main office). Dont be bashful about approaching me. Every three or four weeks I will hold a 2-hour Tuesday or Thursday office hour to accommodate those who cannot make my other hours. The phone in my office during office hours is 310-206-8144. email: Robert Winter < firstname.lastname@example.org >. I frequently choose to answer in class an important or frequent emailed question. Questions already answered in class or on the syllabus do not get answered except during office hours. Most questions involving logistics can be handled by your TA. Teaching Assistants (they will let you know their office locations and hours shortly) Lana Chae <email@example.com>, Hsingan Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tanitra Flenaugh <email@example.com>, Natalya Kartashova <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Veronica Pacheco <email@example.com>, Daniel Rosenboom <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Anahit Rostomyan <email@example.com>, Jihae Song <firstname.lastname@example.org> Background and Rationale: I created Arts Encounters in 2001 to address what seemed to me a gaping hole in UCLAs offerings to undergraduates. A number of departments offered courses in segmented areas of the arts (visual art, dance, music, theater, etc.), and from specific methodological perspectives such as anthropological, or ethnomusicological, or analytical, or historical. Alas, neat academic divisions have little to do with the arts in the real worldespecially today (in what department, for example, do we place a theatrical dance company that performs to live music?). Moreover, none of these courses address what is perhaps the most central aspect of artthe experience of live performance (or, in the case of the visual arts, the experience of attending a gallery or museum or exhibition). We study the experience of attending a gallery or museum or exhibition)....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course ARTS AND A 10 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.
- Spring '11