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Two Days in the Life of USF

Arts course focuses on performance


Daralyn and Cassandra organize their props for their final performance on Friday for USF’s Performance Art[s] in American Society course.

The two are performing in a piece called “Six Times the Harm,” which is part of the course’s final compilation of student performances entitled “hit it & quit it.”

Sara Dykins Callahan, the instructor for the performance-based course, says that the class “teaches students the genre of performance art through the process of experimentation and creation.”

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