ART 102 Western Art History (3)
Lec-52.5, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
Survey of Western Art from the sixth to the early Nineteenth centuries: Byzantine and Medieval to the Romantic periods. Art will be discussed from critical and historical perspectives, with regard to formal visual elements of style and social context of the societies, values, and ideas that determined the course of Western Art.
All sections of Art 102 accept students for regular credit and, via a contract with the instructor, honors credit. For questions for honors credit call 239-3376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Distinguish and analyze the variety of techniques and formal visual elements of individual works of art in different media.
- Outcome 2: Define and differentiate the various styles within Western Art.
- Outcome 3: Evaluate works of art in relation to the context and historical background in which they were created.
- Outcome 4: Summarize the concepts that define and distinguish Western Art, and assess its influence on subsequent artistic periods.
- Outcome 5: Examine and appraise works of art for formal elements and content, and demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast stylistic elements that distinguish aesthetic and cultural trends.