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Art 100
Art is a visual language which artists use to record and interpret life experiences. The messages artists share are personal and social records. The ability to understand and appreciate visual art is a skill you can develop through observation and study and one you can utilize throughout your life.We will cover a general overview of artists' materials and techniques as well as historical context with lectures, slides, movies, and experiments with art media. Open to all students.HU Class meets online through Canvas.HU

Art 216
A survey of the history of western art and architecture from ancient times to the medieval age. HU Class meets online through Canvas.HU

Art 217
A survey of the history of western art and architecture from Renaissance times to the mid-nineteenth century. We will explore the art of Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo to the beginnings of photography in the mid-nineteenth century. HU Class meets online through Canvas.HU

ART 218
Western Art: Impressionism to Art After 1945 5 (55/0) A survey of the history of western art and architecture from late nineteenth century to contemporary times. Explore the work of the Impressionists like Monet and the Cubism of Picasso to the modern artwork of JacksonPollock HU


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