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VS 101 - Introduction to Visual Studies - Historical Context
This lecture course provides an historical survey of global visual practices from the Renaissance to the 20th century, fostering a deeper understanding of key works including traditional objects, rituals, drawings, prints, paintings, manuscripts, sculptures and buildings. Lectures present issue-based themes, periods, and locations--such as geography, colonialism, science and technology, religion, trade, philosophy, and politics--within their historical contexts. Attention is given to the canon of art history, marginal voices and the geographical site of the course, and
students are introduced to a research methodology appropriate to artists and designers.
|CRN||Instructor||Location||Start date||Seats available*|
|10289||Nicole Rayburn||School of Visual Arts||5|
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