2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Dec 08, 2021  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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FS 105 - Art Analysis Workshop

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This course takes place during four Saturday sessions and is designed to be an introduction to art through its social and historical functions. During the first session, art will be viewed in all its forms as it has moved from a ritualistic function of the Paleolithic communities to an instructional device of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman cultures. An understanding will be developed of the Renaissance periods of Romanticism and subsequent Impressionism to a broad array of diverse approaches of the 21st century. Two museum visits incorporate gallery tours viewing permanent collections, current exhibitions, and presentations by museum personnel and the workshop facilitator. The final session includes discussion of today’s contemporary art world and class presentations during which students can share the new knowledge that has enriched their lives.
 

Offered at least once per year (usually in the summer). Graded as credit/no credit.



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