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ARTH1133 - Historical Art and Design
An introduction to the history and fundamental principles of art and design ranging from the ancient world to the 19th century. Although emphasis will vary according to instructor, major artists/designers, periods, and movements will be considered, with a focus on critical issues such as methods of analysis, style, role of the artist, and interpretation, examined in relation to the broader cultural context of the work. Engages lecture, discussion, projects, activities of critical inquiry, observation, analysis, research, and writing to hone aesthetic vocabulary and communication skills.

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Description An introduction to the history and fundamental principles of art and design ranging from the ancient world to the 19th century. Although emphasis will vary according to instructor, major artists/designers, periods, and movements will be considered, with a focus on critical issues such as methods of analysis, style, role of the artist, and interpretation, examined in relation to the broader cultural context of the work. Engages lecture, discussion, projects, activities of critical inquiry, observation, analysis, research, and writing to hone aesthetic vocabulary and communication skills.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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