Jun 13, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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ART 1110 - Introduction to Art (HF)


(3) Credit Hours

This course exposes students to art and different themes of art-making across time and space. It teaches students to identify, describe, contextualize, and analyze artworks from a wide range of media, as well as apply these observations to their lives outside of the classroom. By bridging the gap between art of the past and our contemporary visual world, this course expands students’ understanding of visual history, how images come to produce meaning, and how the nature of visual experience is constructed. The course is organized thematically and showcases significant artworks from cultures across the globe ranging from the prehistoric-era to the contemporary moment. Focus is divided between learning historical trends, critical concepts, and interpreting artworks. These materials are considered in isolation as well as within the socio-cultural contexts that produced them.Every semester. For the non-art major. 
General Education Category: Humanities and Fine Arts



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