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AH 11 - Visual Culture Since 1400: Experience & Experimentation
Offered By Fairfield University - 3 credits
     
Instructor: Victor Deupi  
Instructor Email: UCAdvise@fairfield.edu
     
Semester:
Date Range:
Summer 2011
From July 18, 2011 To August 26, 2011
     
Course Level: Undergraduate
Cost:   $1,575.00
Course Type: Credit
Add'l Out-of-State Cost:   $0.00
Course Delivery: Online
Add'l Fees:   $25.00
 
Per Semester Fee:   None
Registration Deadline: 7/18/2011
Late Registration Fee:   None
     

Description: This course explores the ways in which people use images to record their world. From the development of linear perspective in the erly Renaissance to the assimilation of advances in optical sciences in the baroque period and the incorporation of photography in the 19th century, art has responded to technological advances and created distinct and expressive visual cultures. By exploring painting, sculpture, the graphic arts, and architecture, students learn to analyze how the contemporary world is designed and defined by a visual heritage that incorporates historical images into film, television, and advertising. One class takes place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Prerequisites: none

Additional Info: internet access required

Registration Info: To register, please call (203) 254-4288 or online with a credit card.

   

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