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In this course, Emory students explore the role of film and media in addressing major social issues. Class sessions first push students to engage with the topic of art and social engagement.

Students then pair off into teams to work with local artists and nonprofits, producing films, blogs, websites, and other forms of media. The course is part of the Center for Ethics’ Southwest Airlines Art and Social Engagement Program.

To learn more about the class and its mission, explore our “About” section; to see detailed descriptions of past projects, explore the “Project Archive” (also, see a list of all project here); to read about art and activism in Atlanta, go to the “Blog” tab!

See 2018 Final Projects below, and the Project Unveiling Event here!

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Second Helpings Atlanta
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First Step Staffing
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Thanks to a partnership with Southwest Airlines, Emory University students have the opportunity to work directly with local artists and community groups in Atlanta to learn about ethically engaged art and improve the city around them.