CCID 400 F031: Social Practice -Adv Projects

The course provides students with the opportunity to develop a significant project or body of work that draws upon the field of socially engaged art and design. Through critical dialogue, research, artistic production, and reflection, students will situate and contextualize their projects and processes in relation to existing discourses around socially engaged practices in contemporary art and design. In particular, students will work to develop ethical frameworks and engagement processes that dynamically respond to the context and communities in which they work. Students will meet regularly for group meetings and individual project development tutorials with their instructor(s), while devoting significant time to their projects outside of the classroom.


CCID-300 or CCID-301 or CCID-302

Additional comments: 
HYBRID course. The course will run on campus in Room C3255, Tuesday-Saturday, October 12 to 16, from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Further details will be posted on the website.
Instructor information: 
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Sep 7-Dec 18
Oct 12-Oct 16
C3255 MAIN