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Academic Catalog

    Edmonds Community College
   
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ART 127 - History of Western Art II


5.0 Credits
A survey of the visual arts and architecture from the Medieval period to the end of the Baroque/Rococo period in Europe.

Course Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Effectively apply and discuss specific elements and principles of design in works of Western art dating from fourth century-17th century and specific course discussions. [REASON]
  2. Effectively describe, discuss, critique and evaluate Western art dating from fourth century-17th century in terms of their technical and artistic characteristics, content aesthetics, and social content. [COMMUNICATE]
  3. Effectively communicate orally and in writing the characteristics and content of Western art dating from fourth century-17th century. [COMMUNICATE]
  4. Demonstrate research skills for a formal analysis of Western art dating from fourth century-17th century using proper documentation of research. [EXPLORE]
  5. Discuss, critique, and evaluate Western art dating from fourth century-17th century in terms of its relationship to society, aesthetic quality and technical excellence using language appropriate to the domain and course themes. [ACT]
  6. Explain how the process and challenges of institutionalizing a discussion of art is a process of cultural dominance. [REASON]



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