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103 – History of Western Art (3 credit hours) – Online

The study of visual arts of Europe and America as they relate to history, religion, and the ideas that have shaped Western culture. Explores masterpieces from the ancient world to the present. (D)

This course is a survey of the main developments in art and architecture in Europe and America from the classical period through modern times. In the summer, the course is fully online. It is set up so that students can work on their own schedule, within the five-week Summer II term.  It is possible to work around a job or internship, but all work for each of the five units must be done by Monday of the following week (that is, you can’t leave everything til the end of the term). There will also be online meeting times once a week so that students will have a chance to interact with me and each other in real time.  Those meetings will be set up around the enrolled students’ schedules. You do need a reliable internet connection, but you do not need to be on campus to take this course. No special software is needed.

If you have further questions, please email Dr. Barnes (barnes@wfu.edu).

Second Session Course:

  • 51536 – Online, Barnes

 110E – Topics in Studio Art: Photography (4 credit hours)

Using digital cameras, the computer and ink jet printers, students examine the creative, social, and critical aspects of contemporary, fine art, photographic image making. Emphasis will be placed on the genre of Street Photography.

First Session Course:

  • 52123 – 12:15PM-3:40PM – WKDN 1616, Pickel

237 – Street Photography (4 credit hours)

Using digital cameras, the computer and ink jet printers, students examine the creative, social, and critical aspects of contemporary, fine art, photographic image making. Emphasis will be placed on the genre of Street Photography. P-ART 119 or 120 or POI.

First Session Course:

  • 52122 – 12:15PM-3:40PM – WKDN 1616, Pickel

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