HA 239 — The History of African Textiles and Fashion

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

This course is a survey of historical and contemporary forms of African dress, adornment and fashion. Within a geographical overview of dress, students explore how historically rooted textiles have been reinvented by African-based artists and designers. Emphasis is on manufacture methods, socio-historic contexts, and dress and fashion’s importance as forms of African artistic expression. (G6: Arts; G7: Humanities; G9: Other World Civilizations).

Jewelry Design - AAS Degree Program

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...4 MAJOR AREA JD 239 - Design Capstone/Portfolio...different areas in non-HA liberal arts courses...