Human Expression

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Explain how works of human expression shape personal and cultural values and identities, and increase empathy.
  2. Appraise the philosophical, literary, aesthetic, or linguistic expressions of the human condition in terms of alternative, ambiguous, or contradictory perspectives.
  3. Critically investigate enduring and contemporary issues of human experience through the lens of creative expression.
  4. Create or interpret works of art (literature, visual arts, or performing arts).
  5. Construct or evaluate ideas or questions that challenge assumptions.
  6. Engage in the creative process, with emphasis on risk-taking and innovation.