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Public Space in Iran: Murals, Graffiti, Performance

118A
Subject: 
ARTHIST

This course examines the history and traditions of artistic engagement in public space in Iran. It offers a unique glimpse into Iran¿s contemporary art and visual culture through the investigation of public art practices and cultural expression, as well as older traditions of performing arts such as Parde-khani and Ta¿zieh. The course will be held in conjunction with the Stanford symposium, Art, Social Space and Public Discourse in Iran.

Course ID: 
218 625
Grading: 
Letter or Credit/No Credit

Course List

For a representative, rather than comprehensive, list of courses that count towards the minor, see the Related Courses tab of the Bulletin. Other courses may also fulfill the requirements; students should consult their Iranian Studies minor adviser concerning which courses might fulfill minor requirements.