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Survey Of The Visual Arts
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Distinguishing the Historical and Aesthetic Eras of the Visual Arts
Analyze how neoclassical ideals precipitated the aesthetics of romanticism.
Compare the function of visual art in the ancient and classical eras.
Recognize the way aesthetic values evolved through the medievel, Renaissance, and Baroque eras.
Conceptualizing Visual Art in the Modern Era
Identify the artistic and aesthetic movements in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Explain the influence of new technologies on the visual arts.
Create visual art to communicate meaning, aesthetic awareness, and cultural value.
Defining the Visual Arts
- Differentiate the visual arts from other art forms of creative expression.
Define aesthetics and the aesthetic eras.
Explain the role of visual art as a cultural value.
Understanding How the Visual Arts Communicate Meaning
List the elements and principles of visual arts design.
Identify the basics of visual arts composition.
- Analyze and interpret a work of visual art.
Evaluate the quality of an artwork based on the elements and principles of visual design.
Differentiating the Visual Arts Media
Compare the skills needed for drawing and painting.
Explain how sculpture and architecture shape the environment.
Distinguish form and function in crafts and decorative arts.
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