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ART-125 - Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation gives attention to the parameters of art in our everyday life and to the influences of art and design on our society. Concern is given to the historic, ethnic, and contemporary social influences on art. In addition, guidelines for the critical analysis of art forms and for the consideration of aesthetic preferences are covered. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENGL-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. GENERAL EDUCATION and DIVERSITY
Academic Level:
Art and Design, Gen Ed Fine & Performing Arts, General Education Elective, General Ed Arts and Humanities, General Education Diversity
Art and Design*
Please see course description for all prerequisites.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Use appropriate terminology related to art media, periods and styles in both verbal discussion and written assignments. (PG 4, GE 1, GE 4, GE 6) 2. Identify key works of art and artists. (PG 4, GE 1, GE 4, GE 6) 3. Identify the elements and principles of design in works of art. (PG 2, PG 4, GE 1, GE 4, GE 5) 4. Describe the impact of viewing works of art in a museum setting. (PG 2, PG 4, GE 7, GE 8) 5. Analyze works of art using college-level writing skills in a critical review. (PG 2, PG 3, PG 4, GE 1, GE 3, GE 4, GE 7) 6. Explore the concept of art as a societal and cultural mirror. (PG 4, GE 7, GE 8)tural mirror. (GE 6)
Art Appreciation
Course: ART-125 - Art Appreciation