|Arts Education Program|
Visual and Performing Arts Education Minor
The Arts Education Teaching Sequence, an essential component of the VAPAE minor, comprises three courses (Art&Arc M102, M192, M192SL) in which selected undergraduates explore core issues in arts education, creativity and social justice. Students are assigned to K-12 classrooms in the Los Angeles area, where they first observe and then implement an 8-week sequential arts-based lesson plan under the supervision of a guiding teacher.
The VAPAE program encompasses arts education related courses, internship opportunities, special projects and public presentations offered throughout the year. These events are free, open to the public and widely attended by the UCLA community. Students from all fields of study are encouraged to participate fully in the VAPAE program, however the VAPAE minor is reserved specifically for deeply trained artists in the School of the Arts and Architecture. ___________________________________________________
VAPAE MINOR APPLICATION PROCESS
The Visual and Performing Arts Education (VAPAE) program is made possible through the generous support of the Max H. Gluck Foundation.
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