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Art Making through the Ages: A Hands-on Approach to Art History

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Art Making through the Ages: A Hands-on Approach to Art History

In this course, students deepen their creative abilities while exploring significant artistic achievements from pre-history through contemporary times. Throughout human existence, art making has been one of the most tangible expressions of our highest aspirations and deepest emotions. The arts are an essential aspect of all societies and cultures – people the world over have mirrored, decorated, critiqued, and even changed society through their creative works. Course explores major achievements throughout the ages including pre-history, Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Impressionism, Expressionism, Fauvism, Pop, and contemporary art. This unique approach provides an opportunity for students to enhance their own work through hands-on art exercises, while expanding their knowledge of art history.

Prerequisite: None

First class materials:
Acrylic:
White
Burnt Sienna
Raw Umber
Burnt Umber
Yellow Ochre
Black White

Pastels: oil and/or chalk pastel same colors Brushes and palette knife

Optional:
Texture paste
Acrylic Medium

Canvas or hard board
Gessoed Heavyweight Paper

(Min 18x24)
 

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If you are interested in taking this course for undergraduate credit at the college credit rate, please contact extreg@otis.edu or 310.665.6952

Price
$505
Course Details
Course Code
XARH300
Credit Hours
1
Section 1
Thursday
Days
Thursday
Time
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Dates
September 26, 2019 - December 5, 2019
Meetings
10
Location

Instructor
Class Size
14
Notes
No mtg: 11/28
CRN(s)
35006, 35011
Credit Type
Please select one of the above. The course price won't change.