Art and Public Policy

Through the Department of Art and Public Policy, artists and those working in connection to art and culture, activists, scholars, and community builders, examine the political implications and social significance of their work, and the work of other practitioners historically and today. The curriculum integrates theory, research, practice, and analysis with rigorous political investigation and daring inventiveness.

Non-majors are welcome to enroll in ASPP-UT elective classes. These change each semester and the current list of courses can be found here.