ART3980-01.Tpcs: Arts in Health Internshp.Sp14.Demonte,Nicola
Tpcs: Arts in Health Internshp
Academic Term and Year
Hamline Plan Letter
Area of Study
ART, ARTH, HSCI
The Arts in Health Internship provides students with training and supervision in the practice of arts in health. Successful completion of the ART 1980 Special Topics: Arts in Health is a prerequisite to apply for the Arts in Health Internship. Interns will develop practical skills (drawing, painting, sculpture) in order to teach groups and individuals at Children’s Hospital and Clinics. Students are given opportunities to acquire professional experience, engage the community, strengthen arts education skills, facilitate health education, and develop a personal creative practice. Interns will document their experiences by archiving their art in an internship portfolio. 120 hours are to be completed at the Children’s Hospital and/or other approved sites. Students will exhibit their internship related work in the Arts in Health Internship Exhibition. This internship experience is intended for and satisfies a requirement towards the Public Health Sciences major. Prerequisite: ART 1980 Special Topics: Arts in Health (Winter 2014). Permission of Instructor or Art Department Chair required to register. Students must also register for the 0-credit INTD 3990 Internship* (CRN 38770) course to earn the W for this internship.
Demonte, Nicola, "ART3980-01.Tpcs: Arts in Health Internshp.Sp14.Demonte,Nicola" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 2509.