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Homewood Arts Certificate Program

  • August 2, 2012
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The Homewood Arts Certificate is awarded to graduating seniors who have made an ongoing and commited contribution to the co-curricular arts at Johns Hopkins University and who complete a significant original final project in the arts.


 

 

The Homewood Arts Certificate is awarded to graduating seniors who have made an ongoing and committed contribution to the co-curricular arts at Johns Hopkins University and who complete a significant original final project in the arts. The project can be done alone or with a group of other students who have also been active in the arts. The project should show how you can use your talent and technique to produce a quality original work of art or artistic project. It should be a culminating experience that reflects and grows out of your artistic work at Hopkins.

Your effort towards the project must go significantly above and beyond what you would normally do in your artistic activities with student arts groups or in an academic class. The project should involve planning and preparation over a period of at least several months.

The project can take many forms, and you are encouraged to think creatively as you envision how you would like to express yourself. Possible ideas for the project include: performance, film, exhibit, recording, symposium, workshops, documents, teaching.

Homewood Arts Certificate Program Syllabus