Introductory Topics in Art History: Introduction to Visual Studies
This course explores how images structure the world we inhabit by shaping how we perceive and consume various identities, as well as how we come to understand and occupy our built and natural environment. It builds visual literacy skills through an examination of traditional forms such as paintings, sculpture, and architechture, and more popular and contemporary forms such as selfies and videos.
Course Number (Cross Listing 1)
Course Format Description
The class will be divided into small groups (~6 students) to meet 3 times per week for class discussion. There will be asynchronous recorded lectures and assignments.