Learn to identify, classify, describe, and interpret works of art from a wide range of periods and world cultures.

This course will explore the transition from modernist thought as exemplified by the Abstract Expressionist movement to such postmodern notions of appropriation, parody, and fragmentation as they manifest themselves in the art of the 1970s and beyond. We will focus on such concepts and genres as minimalism, performance, video, installation … Read more

Start Date

01/27

Meeting Day

Online

End Date

05/11

Faculty

Paula Carabell

Time

Online–Online

Credits

3

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Instead of squinting at small images in an overpriced textbook or on an overpriced digital screen, in this course we opt to understand the history, theory, and criticism of recent art based on firsthand experience of actual works around the city of Boston. One big upside will be how this … Read more

Start Date

01/27

Meeting Day

Online

End Date

05/11

Faculty

Adrian Kohn

Time

online–online

Credits

3

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This course is about visual story-telling, about the traditions and techniques available to artists who create narratives using visual imagery as their primary vehicle of communication. Our ongoing exploration of the fundamental narrative traditions in the history of Western art from painting and sculpture to photography and cinema — will … Read more

Start Date

01/28

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

End Date

05/05

Faculty

David Nolta

Time

6:30pm–9:30pm

Credits

3

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