2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin

ISP 235 Apples and Oranges: Form and Meaning in the Arts

3 hours

This course explores the relationship of form to meaning in popular and traditional works of painting, film, dance, music, drama, photography, and poetry. Taking advantage of the many exhibits and performances in New York City and drawing on theoretical writing about the arts, students will examine describe, compare, and create works of art in order to understand the many ways that both western and non-western artists use, adapt, or re-invent artistic forms to express ideas, insights, and emotions.




ENG 101


Requirement Designation: Flexible Core - Creative Expression