Cultural Space or Event - Guidelines

The purpose is to surround yourself with difference

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groups are not only defined by ethnicity!) The purpose is to surround yourself with difference and experience an event that may push you out of your comfort zone . Many free events are available in the campus area, but you may also choose to attend an event that requires an admission charge or purchase and/or that is far from campus as your budget and travel options allow. For events or activities that do not have a definite time frame, such as gallery visits, shopping, or dining, try to spend at least 1½ hours at your chosen activity. Interact with others there and ask questions. As appropriate, take photographs or collect artifacts (menu, brochure, etc) to share with classmates when you discuss your event. TWO: Complete a New Narrative Worksheet: After attending the event, complete the worksheet. Your responses should result in a four-page document that includes the following worksheet items. Respond to each question using correct form (e.g., style, spelling and grammar),12-point font, and double-spaced.
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Art Education 2367.01 – Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice Rev. 12/2011 You do not need to repeat the questions. Just use the headings (e.g., documentation, description, interpretation, etc.) in forming your responses.
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