Art History: Romanticism to Realism The Sixties: Minimalism and Beyond
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ART HISTORY, THEORY

Art History: Romanticism to Realism (AHISs218-12)

When would you say the Modern era began? At the end of the 18th century a few sensitive souls were beginning to sense there was a dark side to Modern progress and colonization, and cast off the cultural preference for Reason. Within a few decades, however, the Romantics were usurped in popularity and gravitas by the Realists. These movements gave rise to the work of Piranesi, Turner, Blake, Fredrich, Goya, and Delacroix; Corot, Courbet, Constable and Degas, to name just a few. Course delivery is through lectures, seminar discussions, readings and student presentations. Suitable for beginners.
Tuesdays 2pm - 4pm, Jul 6 - Aug 10 Online Delivery
Jessica Ziakin
Tuition: $145.00 (12 hrs)
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The Sixties: Minimalism and Beyond (AHISs226-12)

Have you ever been curious about the meaning and purpose of minimalist art and how it fits into the context of art history? This course will explore Minimalism and Post-Minimalism as well as the impacts of Pop art, Russian and European design, and the International Style on the era’s vocabulary of expression. Artists covered include: Frank Stella, Eva Hesse, Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Richard Serra and Robert Morris. Course will include lectures as well as class discussion and related readings. Suitable for beginners.
Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm, Jul 6 - Aug 10 Online Delivery
Jessica Ziakin
Tuition: $145.00 (12 hrs)
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