Like Arts, Cultures, and Ideas, this is a course that introduces art as a reflection of humanity-our diversity and our creative processes. The History of Modern Art will root the cultural achievements of the 20th Century in their historical settings, showing how the political, social, and economic events of the period influenced artistic creation. This course is a survey of the most important movements in Western Art from the late 19th Century to the early 20th Century. The impact of Modernism on painting, sculpture, printmaking, and photography will be covered. The student will learn the major artists and the influence that each art movement has on the next generation of artists. This is an important course for those who want to understand contemporary art. It also meets the oral presentation
After completing this course you will be able to:
Required Texts and Materials
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This course has a required orientation. Please refer to the orientation schedule.
Exams must be taken in the HCC Testing Center or an approved proctoring center if you do not live within driving distance of the campus. Please contact the instructor if this information applies to you.
Required Viewers, Plug-ins, or Players
Visit http://www.howardcc.edu/academics/distance_learning/technical/index.html and view the information for Technical Information/Requirements and download plug-ins The following plug-ins are required for this class: