Art & Public Policy Minor Mixer & Info Session

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Are you an undergraduate student interested in critical analysis of your and other artists' work? The Department of Art & Public Policy (APP) recognizes that young artists and scholars need opportunities to incubate their ideas in dialectic with real world problems.


Consider a Minor in Art & Public Policy! The Department of Art & Public Policy offers courses that investigate the social, ethical, and political realities that affect artists’ ability to make and distribute their work, while looking at how art and its production can affect all aspects of life. 

Join us to hear about the Minor in Art & Public Policy, open to all undergraduate students. Meet those enrolled in the Minor, along with APP staff, and chair, Professor Kathy Engel. This is a chance to hear about our classes, meet students with similar interests, and have some snacks!

When: Thursday, November 29 at 4pm

Where: 665 Broadway, 6th floor Conference Room