Introduction to the visual arts, primarily painting, sculpture, and architecture in the Western world from prehistoric through Gothic.
Dates: June 18 - July 13, 2018
This course is the on-line versionof hte same course taught during the normal academic year. It is more intensive since it covers in four weeks what is normally taught over 14 weeks, and it requires that students engage in a variety of activities that offer different types of learning experiences for each of the four modules for the course. Each module lasts for one week and contains about one month's worth of material.
There are a number of different types of graded activities. For each chapter in the textbook, F. Kleiner, Gardner's Art Through the Ages, the Western Perspective, vol. 1, 15th edition, Centage Learning 2017, students must take a reading quiz, which can be open book. Then there will be different types of assignments including required on-line lectures, discussion boards, and hands-on projects. There will also be two short written examinations based on the information and interpretations presented in the on-line lectures.
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