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    • Course Syllabus 1. Program of Study: Humanities Faculty/Institute/College: Mahidol University International College 2. Course Code: ICHM 142 Course Title: Art Appreciation II 3. Number of Credits: 4 4. Prerequisite: None 5. Type of Course: General Education 6. Trimester/Academic Year: Trimester III / 2013 - 2014 7. Conditions: Enrollment cap: 30 students 8. Course Description: An introduction to the traditions, vocabulary, methods, and theories of art and art history, with focus on developments in the “Western” world from the Renaissance to the Modern periods. Guided study of images. Emphasis on developing the student’s ability to assess visual qualities of works of art, and comment intelligently in conversation and writing. Consideration of the relevance of art history to interpretation of contemporary visual culture. 9. Course Objectives: After successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 9.1 Understand and use vocabularies of art and art history. 9.2 Demonstrate familiarity with common materials, techniques, and forms of art making. 9.3 Attentively study and comment on familiar and unfamiliar artworks, with informed understanding of major historical periods and styles. 9.4 Use acquired knowledge of art and art history to view contemporary visual culture (media, advertising, urban landscape, etc.) with critical awareness of its origins and references.
    • 10. Course Outline Week Topics Hours Instructor Lec Lab I.S. 1 Introduction to the Course Presentation: Art is All Around US 4 0 8 Konstanz 2 Early Renaissance Art in Italy 4 0 8 Konstanz 3 Early Renaissance Art in Northern Europe 4 0 8 Konstanz 4 High Renaissance Art 4 0 8 Konstanz 5 Baroque Art and Rococo 4 0 8 Konstanz 6 Review for Midterm Exam Midterm Exam 4 0 8 Konstanz 7 Nineteenth-Century Art, including Impressionism, Realism, and Japonisme 4 0 8 Konstanz 8 Modernism in Europe and North America 4 0 8 Konstanz 9 Modernism in Europe and North America 4 0 8 Konstanz 10 The International Avant-Garde Since 1945 4 0 8 Konstanz 11 Contemporary Art Review for Final Exam. 4 0 8 Konstanz 12 Final Exam Konstanz Total 44 0 88 11. Teaching Methods 11.1 Lecture 11.2 Group discussion 11.3 Self-study 12. Teaching Media 12.1 Presentation of images 12.2 Supplementary handouts 13. Measurement and Evaluation of Student Achievement Students will demonstrate their ability to: 13.1 Understand and use vocabularies of art and art history. 13.2 Demonstrate familiarity with common materials, techniques, and forms of art making. 13.3 Attentively study and comment on familiar and unfamiliar artworks, with informed understanding of major historical periods and styles. 13.4 Use acquired knowledge of art and art history to view contemporary visual culture (media, advertising, urban landscape, etc.) with critical awareness of its origins and references. Student achievement will be evaluated by means of:
    • Midterm exam 30% Final exam 30% Homework / Papers 40% Total 100% Student achievement will be graded according to College and University standards using the symbols A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D and F. Students must have attended at least 80% of the total class hours of this course in order to earn a passing grade. 14. Course Evaluation 14.1 Students’ achievement as indicated in number 13 above. 14.2 Students’ satisfaction towards teaching and learning of the course using questionnaires. 15. References Kleiner, Fred S. & Mamiya, Chrisitin J. (2003). Gardener’s Art Through the Ages, the Western Perspective. Belmont, California: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning. Maranci, Christina (2005). A Survival Guide for Art History Students. New Jersey: Pearson Higher Education. Schneider Adams, Laurie (2002). Art Across Time. New York: Mcgraw-Hill. Stokstad, Marilyn (2007). Art History. New York: Pearson. 16. Instructor Dale Konstanz Email: dale.kon@mahidol.ac.th Office: Mahidol University International College, Fine and Applied Arts Division, Room P 313 17. Course Policies Attendance Attendance is mandatory for all class meetings. Whether or not you have a valid excuse, each missed class will significantly reduce your understanding of the subject and therefore you can expect that your grade will suffer as a consequence. The instructor has the right to accept or deny written excuses. In the event that you miss a class or classes, it is your responsibility to gather information and to complete and turn in any missed assignments. If you miss a total of more than 4 unexcused classes, you will fail the class. Lateness
    • Habitual late arrival to class will have a negative effect on your grade. Three late arrivals equals one absence. Conduct All phones must be turned off or switched to silent while in the classroom. You cannot use your laptop computer while in class. It is not okay to engage in conversations during class time. We will take one break during the class period, and you are expected to return to class on time after break. Attendance may be taken at the end of break, and if you are not present, you will be marked late. You are not allowed to bring food into the classroom. You are required to follow the university’s uniform policy. You must follow all other rules and regulations for MUIC students set forth by the university. Note- taking Bring a notepad to take notes. Note-taking is helpful in remembering important information and details about the artwork presented and discussed in class. Academic Honesty All work submitted to the instructor must be your own. Any writing from an author that is included in your work must be cited using the APA style. If you fail to do so, your work will be considered plagiarism and you will receive an F for the assignment. In addition, further action may be taken, including failure of the course.