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Art and Environment: Hawaii
"Art & Environment: Hawaii" is a semester-long, outdoor field course. Study
and discuss the notion of place as it pertains to the to the unique microenvironment
of the Hawaiian Islands. This is done by engaging water, natural resources and recreational
adventure as means to explore the larger environmental and cultural issues that form
and shape the area. Through exposure to sites on location in Hawaii and with the
expertise presented by various guests, we will examine what it means to be influenced
by geography and explore how that influences our artwork. This course is open
to both undergraduate and graduate students.
EligibilityThis course is open to all WVU students with no pre-requisites.
Shoji Satake, Associate Professor of Art