Fall 2010 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
An analysis of the elements of space, time, image, text, and gesture as they relate to art making in the various visual and performing arts. These elements will also serve as a starting point from which students will investigate notions of creativity, expression, and aesthetics in a workshop setting. Explorations into what constitutes a work of art, and ways in which a work of art can be perceived and interpreted. This course is a requirement for all AP majors and should be taken prior to completing the first 12 hours of upper-division course work. It is normally offered only during the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: ARTS 1301 or AHST 1303 or AHST 1304 or AHST 2331 or DANC 1310 or DRAM 1310 or FILM 2332 or MUSI 1306.
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