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$229.00 to $299.00

This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of the building blocks of art. We’ll examine how artists use the elements of art and principles of design to create quality artwork, the concepts of aesthetics and criticism, and examine several Modern art styles.If you are new to studying art or are unsure about its value, you’ll quickly see that there is more to art than meets the eye! Art exposes you to a broad range of history, culture, and problem solving. Learning about and understanding art gives you another perspective on seeing the world around you. You will first explore the topic of what art is and how it is made as well as the ideas of aesthetics and art criticism. This will help you to understand how it is created and critiqued. Next, you will explore several art styles and movements that are characterized as Modern. Get ready for an adventure in art!

Students will be provided with The Arts A Visual Encyclopedia

After completing the course, students will be able to:
  • Discuss how art is created and why it has value.
  • Appreciate the art of prehistoric man and that of the earliest human civilizations.
  • Explain the cultural influences on art from the Far East and Africa and from the early inhabitants of the Americas.
  • Trace the effect of religion on art over the ages.
  • Distinguish the differences among works of art produced by the great artists of Europe after the Middle Ages.
  • Discuss modern art styles and art movements. When you have completed this course, you will be able to: 
    • Discuss how art is carefully created and planned 
    • Define elements of art and principles of design 
    • Discuss visual art from a technical perspective  
    • Discuss visual art from an aesthetic perspective  
    • Discuss and appreciate Modern art styles and art movements  

Course Outline

 Part 1 (Semester 1)

Lesson 1: The Elements of Art

Lesson 2: The Principles of Design

Lesson 3: Criticism and Aesthetics

Part 2 (Semester 2)

Lesson 4: Fauvism and Expressionism

Lesson 5: Cubism

Lesson 6: Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism

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