This course is designed to overlap the fields of art and medicine whether you have an interest in both, just one, or none. It is a creative stress reliever. Without reading textbooks or listening to long lectures, you will develop long-term understanding of the physiology of the human body, fine motor skills, and a creative output. All readings are homework assignments based on personal inquiry, all reliable and accredited sources are accepted when accompanied with correct citation. If you are a science person, you will be working with familiar concepts to venture into a new area. If you are an art person, you will be working with familiar tools. Though, you do not need experience in either field to try this course! The wide range of this course allows students to improve their knowledge and expression in the ways they would most benefit from. This class includes 2 hours a week with the group and a couple hours of work for the student outside of class. Students are required to finish 3 sketches before starting the unit project in whichever medium the student chooses. The class focuses on the human body from the inside out: skeletons, muscles, nerves, organs, skin. By the end of this course students will be expected to turn in their own final projects; NO final papers or exams are required.
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