Creativity and Expression in the Arts
Offered - Fall
Course number - LHUM-P310
In this course, students explore the artistic and creative processes involved in jazz and examine the connections among jazz and different modes of artistic expression, including the connections among jazz performance and visual art forms. Students analyze the ways that different art forms influence their music performances and compositions. Students evaluate the expressive qualities found in music and other art forms, including dance, visual arts, literature, film and more. Students refine their own personal aesthetic through reflection, research, inventive performance, improvisation, composition and analysis. This course is team taught by a faculty member from Liberal Arts and a faculty member from the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.
Course Chair: Darla Hanley
Prerequisites: LENG-111 or written permission of course instructor
Required of: Berklee Global Jazz Institute students
Electable by: None