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336 College of Communication Architecture The ArtsART 1203CART 2300CART 2330CART 2XXXART 2XXXTotalArt and Art HistoryDavid Y. Chang, Professor and ChairTori Arpad-Cotta, Associate ProfessorSharon (Pip) Brant, Associate ProfessorWilliam Burke, ProfessorLeonardo Castaneda, Visiting InstructorCarlos Causo, Visiting InstructorRobert Chambers, Visiting Assistant ProfessorMirta Gómez, ProfessorDaniel Guernsey, Associate ProfessorClive King, Professor EmeritusJacek J. Kolasinski, Associate ProfessorWilliam Maguire, ProfessorJuan A. Martínez, Professor EmeritusAlpesh Kantilal Patel, Assistant ProfessorSilvia Pease, Visiting InstructorGretchen Scharnagle, Senior InstructorFereshteh Toosi, Assistant ProfessorConstantino Torres, Professor EmeritusBarbara Watts, Associate ProfessorLidu Yi, Assistant ProfessorBenjamin Zellmer, Assistant ProfessorARH 4450Modern ArtARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLARH Elective (2) (Upper Division)Studio and Art History Electives(Maximum 12 credits in Art History)ART 3820Visual Thinking I – GLART 3822Visual Thinking IIART 4952C & 4953C Thesis I & IIElectives outside of the Art DepartmentTotal3366-960Animation, Video and Digital Arts TrackEquivalent Course(s)ARHX0507ARHX051(3, 7)ARTX201 or ARTXXXX1ARTX202 or ARTX203 orARTXXXX2ARTX300ARTX301 or ARTX3303 orARTX2054 or ARTX3105 orARTX3056ARTXXXXARTXXXXART 2XXXART 2XXX¹2D2Design II, 3D3Figure drawing4Color, color composition5Intermediate drawing6Observational7All courses except ARHX050 and ARHX051 require a “C”or higher.Courses which form part of the statewide articulationbetween the State University System and the FloridaCollege System will fulfill the Lower Division CommonPrerequisites.For generic course substitutions/equivalencies forCommon Program Prerequisites offered at communitycolleges, state colleges, or state universities, visit:https://www.flvc.org, Search Program Listing byAlphabetic Order.Lower Division RequirementsArt History Survey IArt History Survey II2-D Design33627Candidates for the BFA (all the tracks) will be required tosubmit electronically a portfolio of their works alongsidewith a short statement. A departmental committee willreview the portfolios. Not all candidates for the BFA will beaccepted. Currently, the CARTA departments utilize theGet Accepted service for the portfolio submissions. Seethe Art and Art History Department website for furtherinformation.Common Prerequisite Courses andEquivalenciesARH 2050ARH 2051ART 1201C3333324Admission RequirementsDegree Program Hours: 120ART 2300CART 2330C3-D DesignBeginning DrawingBeginning Figure DrawingStudio Art ElectiveStudio Art ElectiveUpper Division RequirementsBachelor of Fine Arts in ArtFIU Course(s)ARH 2050ARH 2051ART 1201CART 1203CUndergraduate Catalog 2018-2019333The Animation, Video and Digital Arts (BFA) track isdesigned to prepare students for the technological andconceptual relevance in contemporary digital arts practice.Students will develop skills necessary to responsiblyparticipate in the evolution of digital arts as aninterdisciplinary exploration within the field of fine arts.The program balances practical and technical trainingwith emphasis in fine arts. This track offers an intensivecourse of study in new media including courses inanimation, video and digital arts. Elective courses includestudy across diverse disciplines. This track will give anopportunity for students pursuing career paths with digitalarts the ability to succeed in this field after graduation withdiverse paths within art, technology and hybridization withother fields of study.Degree Program Hours: 120Common Course PrerequisitesSame as those for BFA in Art degree requirementsAdditional Lower Division RequirementsART 2608CDigital Media FoundationART 2602CDigital ImagingOne Course from this area:Intro Digital Art, 2D, 3D Animation or Video Art333Upper Division RequirementsARH 4450Modern ArtARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLARH 4771History of Digital ArtARH Elective (Upper Division)ART 3820Visual Thinking IART 3822Visual Thinking IIART 4952CThesis I3333333

Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019ART 4953CCollege of Communication Architecture The Arts 337Thesis II3One course from each area:Intermediate Digital, Animation, or Video ArtAdvanced Digital, Animation, or Video Art33Electives in digital art related courses (ART, GRA, ARC orMUC)12Electives or other requirements9Total60Graphic Design TrackThe Graphic Design track of the Bachelor of Fine Arts inthe Department of Art and Art History aims to offerstudents a path for the links between practice of traditionalvisual arts and commercial graphics design andcommunication. This specialization in design balancespractical, intellectual and technical training with emphasisin how visual communication opens possibilities forstudents to develop collaborations with non-designers,software developers and programmers, and aprofessionals working in diverse fields. This track offers anintensive course of study in contemporary designstrategies and theory. This curriculum includes design andtypography courses with an emphasis on interactivity,mobility, strategic branding and social media in a networkeconomy. This track capitalizes on a strong base in finearts and innovative design courses where students willmaster a strong foundation in design and becomeinnovators for new communication media.Degree Program Hours: 120Common Course PrerequisitesSame as those for BFA in Art degree requirementsAdditional Lower Division RequirementsART 2608CART 2602CGRA 2151CGRA 2111GRA 2106CDigital Media FoundationDigital ImagingIllustrationGraphic Design ITypography33333Upper Division RequirementsARH 4450Modern ArtARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLARH 4724History of Graphic DesignARH Elective (Upper Division)ART 3820Visual Thinking IART 3822Visual Thinking IIGRA 3817Graphic Design IIGRA 4818Graphic Design IIIADV 3200Creative ConceptsADV 4323Strategic Branding and Social MediaGRA 4189CThesis I/PortfolioGRA 4940Graphic Design InternshipElectives or Other requirementsTotal333333333333960Bachelor of Arts in ArtThe Bachelor of Arts in Art program is designed forstudents who do not wish to become professional artists,but who ultimately desire to teach at a primary orsecondary level, or those students wishing to enter the artmarket other capacities, such as working at galleries ormuseums. The BA in Art would also be the primary degreefor those wishing to pursue a Masters of Art in ArtEducation, Museum Studies, or Arts Administration.Degree Program Hours: Minimum 120Common Prerequisite Courses andEquivalenciesFIU Course(s)ARH 2050ARH 2051ART 1201CART 1203CART 2300CART 2330CEquivalent Course(s)ARHX0506ARHX0516ARTX201ARTX202 or ARTX2031 orARTX300ARTX301 or ARTX3302 orARTX2053 or ARTX3104 orARTX3055ARTXXXXARTXXXXART 2XXXART 2XXX¹Design II, 3D2Figure drawing3Color, color composition4Intermediate drawing5Observational6All courses except ARHX050 and ARHX051 require a “C”or higher.Courses which form part of the statewide articulationbetween the State University System and the FloridaCollege System will fulfill the Lower Division CommonPrerequisites.For generic course substitutions/equivalencies forCommon Program Prerequisites offered at communitycolleges, state colleges, or state universities, visit:https://www.flvc.org, Search Program Listing byAlphabetic Order.Lower Division RequirementsARH 2050Art History Survey IARH 2051Art History Survey IIART 1201C2-D DesignART 1203C3-D DesignART 2300CBeginning DrawingART 2330CBeginning Figure DrawingStudio Art ElectiveStudio Art Elective33333333Upper Division RequirementsARH 4450Modern ArtARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLART 3820Visual Thinking I – GLART, PGY, ARH electives(Maximum 6 credits in Art History)Electives (upper division)9 credits must be taken outside of ART, PGY, or ARH3332727Bachelor of Arts in Art HistoryThe Department of Art and Art History offers a BA in ArtHistory that is designed to introduce methodologies andsubjects of Art History from throughout the world. Inaddition to traditional European and American subjectsfrom ancient to modern times, we offer a strong emphasison Latin American art from Pre-Columbian to the present.The BA in Art History provides professional education aspreparation for careers as art professionals and for further

338 College of Communication Architecture The ArtsUndergraduate Catalog 2018-2019graduate study. The BA compliments our BFA degreeprogram in art and provides significant interaction betweenartists and historians.Degree Program Hours: 120Degree Program Hours: Minimum 120See the general information section, admission andgraduation requirements, and new general educationrequirements.Lower Division: (60)Common Prerequisite Courses andEquivalenciesCommon Prerequisite Courses andEquivalenciesFIU Course(s)ARH 2050ARH 2051ART 1201CEquivalent Course(s)ARHX050ARHX051ARTX2011 or ARTX2022 orARTX2033 or ARTX2054ART 2300CARTX3005 or ARTX3016 orARTX31071Basic design, Design I2Design II, 3D, methods and concepts3Design II, 3D, concepts & Practices4Color, color & composition, color design, color theory5Drawing I, drawing foundations6Drawing II7Intermediate drawingFIU Course(s)EDF 1005EDF 2085EME 2040ART 2300CART 1201CART1203CARH 2050ARH 2051ART XXXXCourses which form part of the statewide articulationbetween the State University System and the FloridaCollege System will fulfill the Lower Division CommonPrerequisites.For generic course substitutions/equivalencies forCommon Program Prerequisites offered at communitycolleges, state colleges, or state universities, visit:https://www.flvc.org, Search Program Listing byAlphabetic Order.Lower Division RequirementsARH 2000Exploring Art3ARH 2050Art History Survey I3ARH 2051Art History Survey II3ART 2300CBeginning Drawing3Remarks: Admission to the program requires completionof appropriate General Education Requirements, CORE,or UCC requirements.Equivalent 202 or ARTX203ARHX050ARHX051ARTX301 or ARTX330 orARTX205 or ARTX310 orARTX305¹In addition to EDFX085, a minimum of 6 semester hourswith an international or diversity focus is required. Eligiblecourses will be determined by the community college oruniversity where the student is currently earning theAssociate in Arts or baccalaureate degree. Foreignlanguage courses may be used to meet this requirement.Courses which form part of the statewide articulationbetween the State University System and the FloridaCollege System will fulfill the Lower Division CommonPrerequisites.For generic course substitutions/equivalencies forCommon Program Prerequisites offered at communitycolleges, state colleges, or state universities, visit:http://www.flvc.org, See Common Prerequisite Manual.Common PrerequisitesIntroduction to Education13Teaching Diverse Populations13Introduction to Educational Technology,or acceptable substitute3EDF 1005EDF 2085EME 2040Upper Division RequirementsARH 3811Studies in the Methodology of ArtARH 4450Modern ArtARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLARH Core:One course from each of these areas:/Renaissance/Baroque18th/19th CenturyAsianPre-Columbian/Latin American/Art of the AmericasARH electives(ARH electives may include Core areas andother electives)ART/PGY electivesARH 4970Art History Thesis333Electives18(At least 9 of these elective credits must be coursesoutside the Department of Art and Art History. Studentsare encouraged to take courses in the humanities thatpertain to Art History)Bachelor of Science in Art Education:Grades K-12333315331Requiresfield experience of 15 clock hours outside ofclass time.In addition to EDF 2085, students must take six credithours with an international or diversity focus in lowerdivision. All required courses must be completed with agrade of “C” or higher.Major Common PrerequisitesART 1201CART 1203CART 2300CARH 2050ARH 2051ART xxxx2D Design3D DesignBeginning DrawingArt History Survey IArt History Survey IIArt Studio Electives333336Upper Division Program: (60)Subject Matter Specialization: (30)ARH 4470Contemporary Art – GLART 3331CFigure Drawing IIART 3504CIntermediate PaintingART 3402CIntermediate PrintmakingART 3702CSculpture II33333

Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019College of Communication Architecture The Arts 339PGY 3410CIntermediate PhotographyArt History ElectiveART 3760CIntermediate Ceramics333Select two of the following three courses:ARE 4848Concepts in Art EducationEDF 4xxxStudy AbroadARE 4459New Media/Crafts33-63Professional Education: (30)EDP 3004Educational Psychology3RED 4325Subject Area Reading3TSL 4324ESOL Issues and Strategies for ContentTeachers – GL3ARE 4316Special Teaching Lab Art K-5(Fall only)3ARE 4341Special Teaching Lab Art 6-12(Fall only)3ARE 4xxxSpecial Topics in Art Education oradvisor approved electives3-6ARE 4940Student Teaching9Special Methods and Student TeachingStudents must complete the 14 semester hours offoundations courses, and all core courses before enrollingin 4000-level Special Teaching Lab courses. ARE 4316and ARE 4341 must be taken before ARE 4940.Applications to student teach are due in the office ofthe Office of Clinical Experiences by June 1 for Springsemester placement.Minor in Art (18 credit hours)ARH Elective3ART 2300C or ART 2330CBeginning Drawing/Beginning Figure Drawing3ART Studio Electives (4)12Total18Note: A minimum of 9 credits must be at FIU, and aminimum of 9 credits must be upper-division (3000-4000level)Minor in Art History (18 credit hours)ARH 4450Modern Art3ARH 4470Contemporary Art – GL3ART Studio Elective3ARH Electives (3)9Total18Note: A minimum of 9 credits must be at FIU, and aminimum of 9 credits must be upper-division (3000-4000level)Course DescriptionsDefinition of PrefixesARE-Art Education; ARH-Art History; ART-Art; GRAGraphic Arts; IDS-Interdisciplinary Studies; PGYPhotography.Courses that meet the University’s Global Learningrequirement are identified as GL.ARE 3313 Experiencing Art in the Elementary Schools(3). Knowledge and skills for the development andimplementation of art experiences in the elementarycurriculum for the elementary classroom teacher. Lab feerequired.ARE 4316 Special Teaching Laboratory: Art in GradesK-6 (3). Development of instructional skills, techniques,and strategies for teaching art in the elementary school.Laboratory and field participation required. Lab feerequired.ARE 4341 Special Teaching Laboratory: Art in Grades7-12 (3). Development of instructional skills, techniques,and strategies for teaching art in the middle and seniorhigh school. Laboratory and field participation required.Lab fee required.ARE 4459 New Media - Crafts in the Classroom (3).Understand the role and evolution of crafts in the schools,their function in child development, planning, assessmentand basic production techniques with various media. Labfee required.ARE 4848 Concepts in Art Education (3). Understandphilosophies and events that influenced the developmentof Art Education and the application of Discipline-BasedArt Education and Aesthetic Education to the classroom.(F,SS)ARE 4920 Advanced Workshop inTechnology for the Visual ArtsProduction and application of materialsart education, in laboratory or fieldrequired.Art Education –Educators (3).and techniques insetting. Lab feeARE 4925 Advanced Workshop in Art Education (3).Production and application of materials and techniques inart education, in a laboratory of field setting. Lab feerequired.ARE 4926 Advanced Workshop in Art Education (3).Production and application of materials and techniques inart education, in laboratory or field setting. Lab feerequired.ARE 4927 Advanced Workshop in Art Education (3).Production and application of materials and techniques inart education, in laboratory or field setting. Lab feerequired.ARE 4928 Advanced Workshop in Art Education (3).Production and application of materials and techniques inart education, in laboratory or field setting. Lab feerequired.ARE 4929 Advanced Workshop in Art Education (3).Production and application of materials and techniques inart education, in laboratory or field setting. Lab feerequired.ARE 4940 Student Teaching in Art (9). Supervisedteaching in an elementary and secondary school. (S)ARE 4944C Community Outreach (3). Through fieldexperience and diverse client contact students willpromote community partnership and collaboration.

340 College of Communication Architecture The ArtsUndergraduate Catalog 2018-2019ARH 2000 Exploring Art – GL (3). Offers an introductory,non-chronological approach to the understanding andappreciation of art.ARH 4131 Greek Art (3). The art of Greece from theBronze Age through the Classical Period. Prerequisite:ARH 2050.ARH 2050 Art History Survey I (3). A broad survey of thevisual arts and architecture from the Paleolithic Periodthrough the Middle Ages.ARH 4151 Roman Art (3). The art of Ancient Rome fromthe early Iron Age through the late Roman Empire.ARH 2051 Art History Survey II (3). A broad survey ofthe visual arts and architecture from the Renaissancethrough the Modern Age.ARH 3210 Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3). Theart of the Byzantine Empire from the early Christian periodand the foundation of Constantinople to the Ottomanconquest and afterward (300-1500 A.D.). Prerequisites:ARH 2050 or permission of the instructor.ARH 3313 The Art of Renaissance Florence (3). Courseto accompany student program in Florence will focus onall periods of Italian Renaissance Art with particularemphasis on Florentine Art.ARH 3350 Baroque Art (3). European art of the 17th andearly 18th centuries. Artists to be considered includeBernini, Caravaggio, Velazquez, Vermeer, Rembrandt,Rubens, Poussin, La Tour, and Watteau. Prerequisite:ARH 2051.ARH 3511 Introduction to the Visual Arts of theAfrican World (3). Examines the continuities betweenAfrican arts and the arts of African Diaspora. It traces thevisual arts from the earliest cave paintings in Africa to thelatest Hip-Hop arts in the United States.ARH 3676 Caribbean Art: Myth and Reality (3). Asurvey of the contemporary art of the Caribbean with abrief introduction to its early history and a discussion of itscomplex social structures from country to country.ARH 3714 History of Photography of Architecture (3).The history of photography from 1839 to now with strongemphasis on the photography of architecture.ARH 3811 Studies in the Methodology of Art History(3). To introduce art history majors to the variety ofmethods scholars have adopted and developed forconveying their perspectives on art history, includingaesthetics and art theory. Prerequisites: ARH 2000, ARH2050, and ARH 2051.ARH 3839 Fundamentals of Museum Studies (3).Outlines the basic topics and issues associated withdifferent types of American museums. Museums areexamined as cultural, political, and educational institutions.ARH 3873 Women in Latin American Art (3). Introduceswomen in Latin American art from its Pre-Columbianbeginnings through the twentieth century. Emphasis willbe on painting and sculpture of the twentieth century.ARH 3930 Special Topics in Art History (3). Rotatingspecial topics in art history. May be repeated with changeof content. Prerequisites: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 orpermission of the instructor.ARH 4014 History of Decorative Arts (3). A survey ofthe more important and influential periods in history in theproduction of ceramics, fabrics, glass, jewelry andsilversmithing.ARH 4254 Late Gothic Art in Italy (3). Examines majormonuments and artists of late medieval Italy. Artistsconsidered include Giotto, Duccio, Simone Martinim, andAmbrogio Lorenzetti. Prerequisites: ARH 2050 or ARH2051.ARH 4310 Early Italian Renaissance (3). A study ofItalian Renaissance art from its origins in the late Gothicperiod through the 15th century. Artists to be consideredinclude Giotto, Duccio, Masaccio, Ghiberti, Brunelleschi,Donatello, Fra Angelico, Uccello, and Botticelli.ARH 4311 The Art of Venice: The Rise of aMediterranean Superpower (3). Analysis of artisticaspects of Venice’s growth to power. Emphasis on theChurch of St. Mark and the Venetian masters.ARH 4312 Later Italian Renaissance (3). A study of thelate 15th and 16th century Italian art, with emphasis on theHigh Renaissance and Mannerism. Artists to beconsidered include Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo,Raphael, Andrea del Sarto, Giorgione, Titian, Pontormo,and Parmigianino.ARH 4355 18th-Century European (3). A study ofEuropean academic of art, Rococo, Neoclassicism, andearly Romanticism. Artists to be considered includePoussin, Watteau, Hogarth, Reynolds, Barry, Fuseli, andDavid.ARH 4413 Enlightenment and Romanticism (3).Examines the art of the European Enlightenment andRomantic movement from 1700 to 1848. Artists to beconsidered include Watteau, Greuze, David, Goya, Blake,Ingres, Gericault, Delacroix, and Friedrich. Prerequisites:ARH 2051 or permission of the instructor.ARH 4414 19th-Century European Art (3). A study sm. Artists to be considered include David,Ingres, Gericault, Delacroix, Goya, Courbet, Manet,Degas, Monet, and Renoir.ARH 4430 Art and Politics (3). An investigation into theinterrelationship between art and political issues, withemphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries.ARH 4433 Realism, Impressionism, and nt with modern life in European art from 1848 to1900. Artists considered include Courbet, Manet, Monet,Renior, Degas, Seurat, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cezanne,and Munch. Prerequisites: ARH 2051 or permission of theinstructor.ARH 4435 Modern Art in Europe, 1880-1915 (3).Examines the widespread engagement with modern life inEuropean art from 1880 to 1915. Art movementsconsidered include Post-Impressionism, Symbolism,Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, and Futurism.

Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019ARH 4450 Modern Art (3). A survey of European andAmerican art from 1890-1945. Prerequisites: ARH 2051 orpermission of the instructor.College of Communication Architecture The Arts 341Mesoamerica, Intermediate areaColombia and the Andes.fromHondurastoARH 4470 Contemporary Art – GL (3). A survey of artfrom 1945 to the present. Prerequisites: ARH 2051 orARH 4450 or permission of the instructor.ARH 4652 Pre-Columbian Art of the Andes (3). Asurvey of Andean Pre-Columbian art and architecture.Basic characteristics of technique, style and iconographyinrelation to Andean socioeconomic and cultural patterns.ARH 4471 Post 1985 Art (3). Examines the changingroles of the arts within the current socio-political context ons.ARH 4653 Mesoamerican Art History (3). A survey ofMeso-American Pre-Columbian art and architecture fromthe Mexican and Mayan territories, 1500BCE to theConquest.ARH 4503 Art and Shamanism (3). An overview ofshamanic art and performance since its origins to thepresent day. It includes a survey of shamanic practices inSiberia, Central Asia, and the Americas.ARH 4662 The Art of Spain and Her Colonies (3).Explores art of Spain from 1492 through early 19thcentury, the encounter between Spain and the Americasafter the Conquest, and the art of the colonies.ARH 4504 Primitive Art (3). An introduction to the art ofwidely dissimilar groups from areas on the margin orbeyond the cultural influences of Europe, the Near East,India, China, and Japan. Emphasis will be placed onAfrican, Oceanic, and North American Indian Art.ARH 4670 20th Century Latin American Art (3). The artof Central and South America and the Caribbean of the20th century.ARH 4512 African Diaspora Arts (3). A survey of theorigins and transformation of African Diaspora arts, andtheir regional manifestations across the Americas. Itconsiders the Harlem Renaissance, Hip Hop, and identitypolitics.ARH 4520 African Arts – GL (3). A study of the visualarts in Africa from the ancient world to the present. Itfocuses on the historical transformation and regionalvariability in art forms and their meanings on theContinent.ARH 4534 Buddhist Art of Asia (3). This courseinvestigates art, religion and literature in Asia. It examinesthe close connections between literary history and arthistory, and doctrines and visual images.ARH 4552 Arts of China and Japan (3). This course isan introduction to and overview of the arts of China andJapan from antiquity to present covering a wide range ofmedia in their historical, philosophical and religiouscontexts.ARH 4553 A Social History of Chinese Painting (3). Inexamination of the social history of Chinese painting, thiscourse looks into masters, masterpieces and art patrons ofthe last 3000 years.ARH 4557 Contemporary Chinese Art (3). This courseexplores Chinese contemporary arts and artists in theirsocial, economic, political and contexts.ARH 4672 A History of Cuban Art (3). A survey of thevisual arts in Cuba (sculpture, painting, and prints) withemphasis on the 20th century.ARH 4710 History of Photography (3). A chronologicalexamination of the work of the world’s most significantphotographers, from photography’s invention in the 1830’sto the present.ARH 4713 History of Photography Since 1945 (3). Anexamination of the most significant photographic works,critical concepts, and new trends which have arisen sinceWWII. Prerequisite: ARH 4710.ARH 4724 History of Graphic Design (3). This courseaims to examine the significant designs from the history ofvisual communications with a concentration on the 20thcentury.ARH 4771 History of Digital Art (3). A chronologicalexamination of the work of the world's most significantdigital works in the visual arts 1900 to present.ARH 4804 History of Aesthetics Thought in Europe,1760-1900 (3). A study of the history of aesthetic thoughtin Europe from 1760 to 1900. Theorists to be consideredinclude Winckelmann, Lessing, Diderot, Kant, Hegel,Baudelaire, and Nietzsche.ARH 4831 Introduction to Museum Ethics, Policiesand Procedures (3). Introduction to the legal, ethicalstatus of museums and the obligation to the publicregarding their governance, policymaking and financialplanning.ARH 4600 North American Indian Art (3). A survey ofnative North American art history with emphasis on thepost-contact period. The arts of the far North,Northwestcoast, Southwest, Plains and the EasternWoodlands.ARH 4832 Introduction to Exhibition Development (3).This course will examine the history, theory, and practicalaspects of museum exhibitions, including exhibitionplanning, design, and interpretation.ARH 4610 American Art (3). A survey of Americanpainting from the Colonial period to the eve of World WarI. Artists to be studied include Copley, West, Cole,Whistler, Sargent, Homer, Henri, and Bellows.ARH 4834 Introduction to Curatorial Methods andPractices (3). Introduction to museum history and theory;exhibit planning, design and interpretation. Emphasis oncontemporary art practices with room for the discussion ofother disciplines.ARH 4650 Pre-Columbian Art (3). A survey of PreColumbian Art from approximately 2000BCE to 1500CE ofARH 4844 Spanish Art (3). Explores the art of Spain from1492 through the early 20th century. Includes painting,sculpture and architecture.

342 College of Communication Architecture The ArtsARH 4856 Introduction to Museum Education (3).Introduction to educational functions of a museumincluding interpretive principles and techniques, programdesign and community outreach.ARH 4871 Women and Art (3). Women in the history ofart; past, present and future.ARH 4905 Directed Studies (1-6). A group of students,with the approval of the art faculty, may select a masterteacher of theory, research or criticism in selected areasas film, painting, sculpture, architecture, crafts, art history,multi-media art, etc. Arrangements must be made at leasta semester before course is offered. May be repeated.ARH 4910 Research (1-6). Art history, criticism, andtheory in areas not covered by the present program andthat the student wishes to study. Prerequisite: Permissionof the instructor. May be repeated.ARH 4941 Internship (1-6). Students will work undersupervision of the Art department. Permission number isrequired before registering, 60 hours per semesterminimum.ARH 4943 Art History Internship Experience (0).Experience in art historical practice learned through workwith licensed professionals.ARH 4970 Art History Thesis (3). Required for art historymajors. Students will research a topic and prepare aserious quality paper. Prerequisite: ARH 3811.ARH 5325 Graduate Art in Renaissance Florence (3).For study in Florence. Course examines art ofRenaissance from its beginnings in Florence with on-siteclasses. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.ARH 5362 Baroque Art (3). Baroque art and architectureof the 17th and 18th centuries in Europe. Slide lecturesand discussions, advanced research required.ARH 5363 Graduate 18th-Century Art in Europe (3). Astudy of European academies of art, Rococo,Neoclassicism, and early Romanticism. Artists to beconsidered include Poussin, Watteau, Hogarth, Reynolds,Barry, Fuseli, and David. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.ARH 5421 Graduate Enlightenment and Romanticism(3). Examines the art of the European Enlightenment andRomantic movement from 1700 to 1848. Artists to beconsidered include Watteau, David, Goya, Blake, Ingres,Gericault, Delacroix, and Friedrich. Prerequisite: Graduatestanding.ARH 5440 Graduate Nineteenth Century Art (3). Anadvanced survey of 19th-century art in its social, political,and historical context. Includes French, English, Spanishartists. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.ARH 5441 Graduate Realism, Impressionism, andPost-Impressionism (3). Examines the widespreadengagement with modern life in European art from 1848 to1900. Artists to be considered include Courbet, Manet,Monet, Renoir, Seurat, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cezanne, andMunch. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.ARH 5442 Advanced Modern Art in Europe, 1880-1915(3). Examines the widespread engagement with modernlife in European art from 1880 to 1915. Art movementsUndergraduate Catalog 2018-2019considered include Post-Impressionism, Symbolism,Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, and Fut

Intro Digital Art, 2D, 3D Animation or Video Art 3 Upper Division Requirements ARH 4450 Modern Art 3 . colleges, state colleges, or state universities, visit: https://www.flvc.org, Search Program Listing by Lower Division Requirements ARH 2050 Ar