HFS 502: Arts and Recreation (3 credits)
This course examines the materialization of recreational and leisure services, and entertainment platforms on space settlements. Students shall investigate the intersection of science and arts to critically evaluate leisure in its diverse forms with the goal to enhancing the overall quality of individual and community lives. Students will explore models, theories, tools and techniques required in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of recreation and leisure activities, the history of media, roles, responsibility, and impact of music, television, radio, print, film, internet, social media, mixed reality, on-demand and interactive technologies.
Instructor: Prof. Frank White