|Introduction to Art
|ARH 3320||Art of Africa and Oceania|
|ARH 3321||Medieval Art|
|ARH 3322||Art of the Renaissance|
||Baroque and Rococo Art|
|ARH 3326||Asian Art|
|ARH 3328||History of Architecture|
||History of African-American Art|
||History of American Art|
||History of Modern Art
|Art of Ancient Egypt
The Art of Ancient Rome
|ARH 4401||Cultural Origins of Art
|ART 4404||Special Problems in Art|
||Art and Mythology of Ancient Greece|
||Women In Art|
||Women in Ancient Greek Art|
|ART 4497||Independent Study|
An approach to the dominate movements and ideas of the Western World as they evolved in visual arts from the cave art origins to the 20th Century systems.
ARH 3318 Contemporary Art 3cr.
A global approach to the dominant movements and ideas in art from 1960 to the present. Selected works from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa will be examined. Discusses painting, sculpture, installations, performance, new media, photography and architecture with attention to historical context and criticism. Considers neoexpressionist, feminist, minority, political and public art.
The study of prehistoric and primitive art from the Paleolithic period: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Mexico, the American, and the South Seas. Prerequisite: ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
Comprehensive study of architecture, sculpture, and painting from the ancient through Gothic periods; emphasis on aesthetic values and historical implications, iconographic and symbolic significance. Prerequisite: ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
Comprehensive study of architecture, painting, and sculpture in Italy, Flanders, Holland, Germany, England, France, and Spain with emphasis on the general characteristics of the Renaissance. Prerequisite: ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
A comprehensive study of painting, sculpture, and architecture from 1600 - 1750 in Italy, Flanders, Germany, Austria, Holland, Spain, France and England. Prerequisite: ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
Study of art in China, India, and Japan in the areas of architecture, painting, pottery, sculpture, and the minor arts. There influences central to the development and spread of important styles and the relationship of art to the classics of Oriental aesthetics.
Study of architecture, styles, and methods of construction from the earliest civilizations to the present. Analysis he outstanding contributions in architecture of the various cultures with emphasis on further development and influences, citing important examples and their architects. Prerequisite: ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
Survey of Early African art to contemporary African-American art, appraises the past and present performance of African-American artists and their contributions to American art history.
Comprehensive study of the heritage of American art from the limners and artisans of colonial times through the 20th century in painting, architecture, and sculpture; emphasizing aesthetic values, movements, trends, and contributions of significant artists. Prerequisite: Art 1101, or permission by instructor
Comprehensive study of the development of modern art from 19th century neoclassicism through contemporary movements, emphasizing aesthetic values, historical implications, and contributions of significant artists. Prerequisite: ARH 101, or permission of instructor.
A comprehensive study of architecture, sculpture, and painting in ancient Egypt from its prehistoric beginnings to the Christian era. Prerequisite: ARH 1101, or permission of instructor.
ARH 3333 Art of Ancient Rome 3cr.
Overview of the art and architecture of the ancient Roman world, covering Italy and the provinces of the Roman Empire, from the 8th century B.C.E. to the 5th century C.E.
A travel-study seminar abroad visiting various countries around the world. Provides intensive study of the humanities and cultures from which various art styles emerge. Lectures will be conducted throughout the tour by the director. Prerequisite: ARH 101 or permission of instructor. Dual listed with 5501. May be taken for one through twelve credits.
ART 4404 Special Problems in Art 1-6 cr.
Designed for students interested in extending their scope or gaining depth in specific academic areas related to art and/or education. Since needs conditions change with each student, the requirements and restrictions are determined by and arranged with the chairperson. May be taken for one through 6 credits.
Explores the relationship between art and mythology in ancient Greece from the Bronze Age through the Classical and Hellenistic periods. Prerequisite: ARH 1101, or permission of instructor. Dual listed with 5508.
A study of the accomplishments and contributions of women in art and architecture from antiquity to the 20th century. Women as subjects in art will also be examined with emphasis on the cultural and artistic milieu in which they are represented. Prerequisite ARH 1101 or permission of instructor.
Women as subjects and patrons in ancient Greek art will be examined with emphasis on the cultural and artistic milieu in which they are represented. No prerequisite. Dual listed with 5509.
Studies the philosophic theories of art, aesthetic experience, principles and criticism in the nature and comprehension of the character of arts, the artist, and his/her relationship to life.
A practical experience in a selected field of artistic endeavor designed to meet the students needs. May be taken for one through 12 credits.
Independent study is an activity initiated by the student to increase his/her already advanced knowledge in a particular academic discipline. The subject is examined in an intensive manner with guidance by a faculty member who has special expertise in that field. May be taken for one, two or three credits at one time.