Art History

for rising 12th graders
(1-SEMESTER CLASS)
The student becomes a viewer of art as a means of communication and expression by looking at artworks from the ancient Egyptians to contemporary artists. A chronological survey of western art is presented along with the elements and principles of art. Students learn to identify various styles and come to understand how history, politics, and cultural values are reflected in the visual arts. Students have opportunities to develop their critical-thinking skills and learn about the aesthetics of a particular culture and period. Field trips to museums and current exhibitions are integral to the course. Successful completion of the course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Art History requirement. *Priority registration given to rising seniors through May 1. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this “for credit” course. Space is limited. Note: If a student takes Art History and Music History concurrently, they are taking on the rigor of two intensified classes.
 
Session I: June 28 - July 16
Monday - Friday • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Instructor: Allison Shrage
Fee: $825 / REGISTER
 
Session II: June 28 July 16
Monday - Friday • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Instructor: Allison Shrage
Fee: $825 / REGISTER
 
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