2 Lecture / 1 Practicum / 3 CreditsThis course prepares a student to assume the role of Expressive Arts artist-in residence. During the first five weeks, course participants will learn about strategies and expressive arts modalities that can be employed when working with various client populations in an assortment of field settings. How communities around the country have adapted expressive arts modalities to their community’s special needs will be discussed. Students will develop lesson plans, gather resources in preparation for their ten-week residency, and will develop and employ a post-residency assessment tool to determine agency/client satisfaction and overall success of modalities employed during the residency. Prerequisite: AR 241.