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Art History and Theory Fall 2013

ARTH 20 - ART APPRECIATION
Units: 3
Designed to develop an understanding of historical and contemporary art forms, including examples of painting, sculpture and architecture. Attendance at scheduled field trips is required. Designed to apply to humanities GE requirement (formerly ART 20).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

M

10:30AM - 1:20

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location_onFA 202

personP. LEVIN

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3:00PM - 5:50

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location_onBGS 353

personT. O'LEARY

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W

1:30PM - 4:20

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location_onFA 202

personP. LEVIN

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Th

6:00PM - 8:50

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location_onFA 202

personM. REDFIELD

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eventSecond eight weeks: 10/21/2013 to 12/21/2013

M W

11:00AM - 1:45

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location_onHS 145

personT. O'LEARY

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ARTH 22 - SURVEY OF ASIAN ART (INDIA, CHINA, JAPAN, AND KOREA)
Units: 3
Survey of artistic traditions in Asia. Painting, sculpture, architecture and visual manifestations of Eastern religion will be explored (formerly Art 22).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

T Th

12:00PM - 1:15

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location_onHS 208

personT. O'LEARY

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ARTH 24 - INDIGENOUS ARTS OF THE AMERICAS
Units: 3
Survey of the indigenous artistic traditions of North, Central and South America (Native American and Pre-Columbian)(formerly Art 24).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

F

9:00AM - 11:50

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location_onFA 202

personM. REDFIELD

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ARTH 25 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY:ANCIENT WORLDS TO GOTHIC
Units: 3
The historical development of painting, sculpture, and of painting/sculpture/architecture studied. Required of art majors but open to all students. Applies toward Humanities requirement for all students (formerly Art 25).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

M

6:00PM - 8:50

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location_onFA 202

personD. SOLON

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eventFirst eight weeks: 8/19/2013 to 10/20/2013

T Th

9:00AM - 11:45

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location_onVIL 21-1

personT. O'LEARY

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ARTH 26 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: RENAISSANCE TO MODERN
Units: 3
Emphasizing the historical development of paint, sculpture, and architecture including philosophical and cultural perspectives. Required of art majors but open to all students. Applies toward Humanities requirement. Attendance at field trips required (formerly Art 26).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

Th

3:00PM - 5:50

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location_onVIL 21-1

personT. O'LEARY

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eventSecond eight weeks: 10/21/2013 to 12/21/2013

T Th

9:00AM - 11:45

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location_onVIL 21-1

personT. O'LEARY

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ARTH 27 - HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART
Units: 3
A survey of the chronological development of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the United States from its pre-colonial past to the end of World War II. The contributions and influences of a variety of ethnic groups to the diversity of art in the United States will be addressed (formerly ART 27).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

W

6:00PM - 8:50

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location_onFA 202

personD. SOLON

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eventSecond eight weeks: 10/21/2013 to 12/21/2013

F

1:00PM - 6:50

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location_onFA 202

personD. SOLON

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ARTH 28 - HISTORY OF MODERN ART
Units: 3
Historical development of painting, sculpture and architecture including philosophical and cultural perspectives in the late 19th and 20th centuries (formerly ART 28).
eventSecond eight weeks: 10/21/2013 to 12/21/2013

F

1:00PM - 6:50

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location_onFA 202

personT. FOLLAND

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ARTH 29 - INTRODUCTION TO WORLD ART
Units: 3
Survey of the visual arts of the world through the millennia, including the regions and cultures of Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Africa. Major emphasis is given to the development of the world's most significant painting, sculpture, and architecture within their respective social, political and religious contexts (formerly Art 29).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

T Th

1:30PM - 2:45

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location_onVIL 21-1

personT. O'LEARY

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ARTH 100 - ART GALLERY/DISPLAY AND EXHIBITION
Units: 3
Designed to introduce students to a variety of aspects in working and running an art gallery. Students will participate in the planning of shows along with the practical experience of preparing and installing shows in the Saddleback College Art Gallery. Students will also visit local galleries and museums (formerly Art 100).
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013

Th

6:00PM - 8:50

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location_onFA 207

personB. RICKERSON

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ARTH 102 - INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORIES OF ART
Units: 3
Offers historical perspectives of the visual arts by thematically examining the intellectual ideas and technologies that inform their production and reception.
eventFirst eight weeks: 8/19/2013 to 10/20/2013

Sa
 

11:00AM - 4:50
 

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location_onFA 202

personR. WHITE
personP. LEVIN

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ARTH 120 - TOUR-ART HISTORY/APPRECIATION
Units: 3
Designed to give students the opportunity to study visual cultural productions on site. Its content stresses the relationship between art and its most significant institutions of reception, museums and galleries (formerly Art 120).
eventSecond eight weeks: 10/21/2013 to 12/21/2013

Sa

11:00AM - 4:50

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location_onFA 202

personP. LEVIN

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