art101 | undergraduate
Introduction To Art
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Art and Intention: Seeing the Value in Art
- Discuss individual perspectives to art in public spaces.
Summarize public reaction to examples of controversial art.
Formal Elements: The Building Blocks of Art
Identify the formal elements of art.
- Describe artworks in formal terms.
Identify principles of design within a composition.
Identify historical design movements.
- Compare sculptural styles.
- Describe installation art.
Art and Meaning: Understanding the Art You See
- Demonstrate visual literacy.
- Summarize the roles of the artist.
Drawing and Painting
Explain the relevance of drawing to the creative process.
- Compare painting methodology of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
- Distinguish between Greek and Roman contributions to architecture.
- Explain the function of architecture in different cultures.
- Compare early and modern photography methods.
- Compare artistic film and popular cinema.
Art in Context
- Evaluate systems of support for art in local communities.
- Analyze artwork.
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