Art and Visual Culture II (ARTH 121.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ARTH 121 02 January 2017 Mary Longman , Lynne Bell (primary instructor)
ARTH 121 96 January 2017 Grant McConnell (primary instructor)
ARTH 121 E40 January 2017 Bruce Russell (primary instructor)
 
ARTH 121 01 May 2016 Sandra Herron (primary instructor)
 
ARTH 121 02 January 2016 Lynne Bell (primary instructor)
ARTH 121 E40 January 2016 Bruce Russell (primary instructor)

Description

This introductory class explores the production, dissemination and consumption of art, architecture and visual culture from the 1700s to the present day. In a series of case studies drawn from differing cultures and geographies both local and global, it will consider a range of questions including: What is the role of the artist, architect and visual culture in society? What are the media, genres and contexts for communicating thought, and how and when do they engage in cultural, social and political action (if they do)? What does it take for art and visual culture to open up a space for relating to the world we live in, differently? How does the study of art, architecture and visual culture (past and present) generate curiosity, expand understandings, and ask new questions, in the present moment? This class will engage with these and other demanding questions.

Note

Students with credit for ART 110 or ART 121 may not take this course for credit.

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