Course Information

Art and Visual Culture

Course ID: FNAR 199
School:Arts and Sciences, College of
Program: Fine & Performing Arts
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

An introduction to the principles of art and their application to broader visual culture, this course explores the complex nature of art through an examination of its visual elements, techniques, functions, critical methodologies, and related social issues. The course takes advantage of Chicago's artistic resources. Outcomes: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements of visual language; means of visual expression in diverse cultures and eras; media and techniques of art; artistic terminology; and critical approaches to the study of visual culture and related social issues; Students will acquire the skills to interpret art and visual culture in oral and written form.

Asynchronous Class Meeting: All instruction for this section will be delivered online asynchronously.

Fine Arts (FNAR): Loyola University Chicago (luc.edu)


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