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  • Art Appreciation
  • What will we do in this class and why is it important?
  • OBJECTIVES
  • 1. Identify the purposes and functions of art in human society and arrive at a coherent definition of what is meant by "art" as a cultural endeavor.
  • 1. Identify the purposes and functions of art in human society and arrive at a coherent definition of what is meant by "art" as a cultural endeavor.
  • 2. Define basic art terms and processes, develop a knowledge of and an ability to recognize design principles and elements in selected works of art.
  • 3. Identify by artist, title, or style, major selected art works from various historical and global contexts in a variety of media.
    JAN VAN EYCK, Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride.
  • 4. Understand the highlights of the biographies of a variety of artists as they relate to the meaning of their works.
    Paul Gaugin
  • 5. Recognize major periods of world art history.
    Expressionism
    Romanticism
    Mannerism
    Symbolism
  • 6. Describe the techniques used in a variety of art media.
  • 7. Develop a formal analysis of a work of art.
  • 8. Evaluate the relationship of form to content and context.
  • 9. Understand and identify the symbols used in iconographic art works.
  • 10. Demonstrate an understanding of art criticism including the description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of a given work.
  • 11. Develop a deeper understanding of the culture that we are currently immersed in, and the ability to think critically with regards to the images and visual forms that engage us.
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