ANTH 129 SC - Politics of Public Art
In this class we will explore the politics of public art. While we will look at the political messaging of public art, we will also seek to understand how public art, through its integration into a social geography, has a political impact beyond its meaning. We will see how art claims public space and structures social action, how art shapes social groups, and how art channels economic flows or government power. We will examine how art enters into urban contest and global inequality.
Course Credit: 1.0
Offered: One-time offering
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