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ART-135 - Art of the West World (prehistoric-1300)
Art of the Western World (Prehistoric-1300) introduces students to the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture from Prehistoric to the Renaissance. The course will focus on the meaning of the artwork, on exploring and unfolding the works iconography and ideas, on its projection/reflection of human values, and on the relationship of this historic expression to our own milieu. Emphasis is thus centered on students' understanding and development of their dialogue with Western cultural heritage and its non-western influences. Advanced Placement Exam (Art History with a score of 3) accepted. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENGL-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. Offered Fall term only. GENERAL EDUCATION
Academic Level:
Art and Design, Gen Ed Fine & Performing Arts, General Education Elective, General Ed Arts and Humanities
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. (PG2, PG3, PG4, GE1, GE3, GE6) 2. Identify key works of art and artists. (PG3, PG4, GE4, GE5) 3. Examine differing positions from which value judgments related to culture and history are made using college-level writing skills. (PG3, GE1, GE4, GE6, GE7, GE8) 4. Discuss the impact of visual art events in formal college-level written analysis. (PG3, PG4, GE1, GE6, GE7, GE8) 5. Identify significant philosophical and historical movements, religious concepts, and relevant iconography associated with benchmark works of art. (PG2, PG4, GE1, GE6, GE7, GE8)rks of art. (GE 6)
Art of the West World (prehistoric-1300)
Course: ART-135 - Art of the West World (prehistoric-1300)