The Keystone Seminar is a class offered to Webster University students who are either in their third or fourth year of study. It aims to connect us with the community by using the skills we have acquired at school in the real world. Whether we realise it or not, art plays an immense role in our everyday lives. People often underestimate the power of the arts, be it visual art, performance art, music, film, dance or theatre. The arts can be seen as a key driver of social change, while social engagement also forms a fundamental motive for artistic expression. In this Keystone Seminar, we take a critical look at the processes of art production, the social involvement at the heart of theatre production, and the impact the arts have on multicultural settings.
(Lotte, Media Communications Team)