ART 329 - Topics in Art History and Visual Culture (3)
The topic of this course will be concerned with major currents and stylistic directions in the history of art and media in the nineteenth through the twenty-first centuries. In some instances the course content will focus on a specific art historical period or movement; others will trace a prominent theme through several periods. Topics will be published in the Schedule of Classes. This course is repeatable for credit with different topic. Students may complete a maximum of 12 credits or 4 attempts.
Course ID: 52338
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Prerequisite: ART 216 or ART 221 with a grade of 'C' or better.
Topics: Flms/Revolutionn and Social Chang, Contemporary Visual Arts of the Non-Western World, Themes in Black/Queer/Fem Film, Comm Aesth: Theo/Prac in Varts, Cultures of Display, The History and Theory of the Underground, Arts of Japan, Art/Politics: A Critical Intro, The History of Art and Technology, Space and Place in Public Art and Urbanism, History of Digital Art, Art as Illustration, Temp of Art: Hist of Art &amp; Arch, Vis Cult City &amp; Cin in S Asia, 21st Century Art &amp; Theory, Women in Medieval Art, Temples of Art, Managing Museums/Nonprofits, Documentary Photography, Alternative Aesthetics, Intro Art Museum/Gallery, Cont. Asian Art Culture, Religion & Ameran Film, Saints. Sinners & Cities, Pop Culture Films, Icons, Texts Medieval Art History, Field Study of Festivals, Medieval Art History, Foreign Worlds in Medieval Art, Art Wars, Afrofuturism: Past & Present, Coen Brothers: Genre and Irony, Angels & Demons in Art, Art & Science in Early Mod Eu, Queens, Mystics & Mothers, Museums & the Public, Roman Visual Culture, Animating the Middle Ages
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