Art 111 - Art History: Renaissance to Modern - Michael McCaffrey
|Course:||Art History: Renaissance to Modern|
Welcome to Art 111! I am excited to work with you this 16 week semester!
This is the second in a series of three art history surveys offered online at College of the Canyons. Survey II offers a chronological study of the major developments in art and architecture from the early Renaissance (circa 14th C) up to the dawn of the 20th Century.
The course will chart the re- establishment of classical thought starting (around 1300) in Italy during the Renaissance, its subsequent spread northwards throughout the rest of Europe and eventual decline in mid 19th Century Paris with the onset of the Modern movement.
The course will focus on four key moments during this time – the Renaissance itself; the Enlightenment; the Industrial Revolution; and the invention of the camera.
What to Expect in this Course
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME:
Analyze and distinguish the various forces that shape the development of artistic form from the early Renaissance to the early 20th century.
The purpose of Art History is to provide you with a basic understanding of the historical, political, religious and social attitudes of the past and their influence upon the art created by various world cultures during those eras. Key to this study is an ability to define the prevailing cultural conditions under which a body of art was produced. With basic reading skills and solid participation in class the student should be able to achieve the course SLO.
Types of Assessments
15 Unit Modules: Consisting of quizzes, assignments, discussions and essays.
Midterm & final exam.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
"Gardner's Art Through the Ages, Vol. 2" (14th or 15th Edition)
You can also use any edition from #10 on - however, images in older editions may be black & white, and some content may be ordered differently!
Other Relevant Course Information
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Last updated: 05/28/2021 Sub#: 119