ARTH102 - EURO ART & CIV > 1400: RENAISSANCE TO CONTEMP

This course is an introduction to the visual arts including painting, sculpture, print culture, and new media such as photography, film, performance and installation art-in Europe and the United States from 1400 to the present. It offers a broad historical overview of the key movements and the artists of the period, as well as an investigation into the crucial themes and contexts that mark visual art production after the middle ages. Such themes include the secularization of art; the (gendered) role of the artist in society; the sites of art production and consumption such as the artist's studio, the royal courts and the art exhibition; the materials of art; the import of technology and science to art's making, content and distribution; the rise of art criticism; and the socio-political contexts of patronage and audience; among others.
Arts & Letters Sector (all classes)
Section 001 - LEC
TR 1200PM-0130PM
SILVER, LARRY A.
DOMBROWSKI, ANDRE
COLLEGE HALL 200
    Section 201 - REC
    T 0930AM-1030AM
    SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
    JAFFE BUILDING 104
      Section 202 - REC
      T 1030AM-1130AM
      HUGHES, HEATHER A
      JAFFE BUILDING 113
        Section 203 - REC
        R 0200PM-0300PM
        KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
        FISHER-BENNETT HALL 222
          Section 204 - REC
          R 0300PM-0400PM
          KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
          JAFFE BUILDING B17
            Section 205 - REC
            F 1100AM-1200PM
            NEUMEIER, MARY E
            FISHER-BENNETT HALL 222
              Section 206 - REC
              F 1200PM-0100PM
              NEUMEIER, MARY E
              JAFFE BUILDING 104
                Section 207 - REC
                T 1030AM-1130AM
                SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
                JAFFE BUILDING 104
                  Section 208 - REC
                  F 0100PM-0200PM
                  HUGHES, HEATHER A
                  JAFFE BUILDING 104
                    Section 601 - LEC
                    MW 0600PM-0730PM
                    CLERICUZIO, PETER J
                    MEYERSON HALL B4