Art and Propaganda

HART206-01

Start Date

06/03

Time

End Date

07/19

Meeting Day

Credits

3

Students explore the cultural and artistic responses to the major modern, social, and political revolutions between the end of the 18th and 20th centuries. The focus is on rarely covered artistic responses to political, social, and religious revolutions of the 20th century. Historical, political, philosophical currents and their impact on painting, sculpture, and architecture are analyzed. Using a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approach, the visual arts are viewed in the context of their relationships to political, social, and religious events of their representative time periods.
Former title: Art and Revolution

This online class uses the Moodle platform. Students will follow a syllabus that includes the lectures, assignments, and deadlines.

The instructions and login credentials for accessing MassArt technology services will be sent to registered students.

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Anahit Ter-Stepanian

Anahit Ter-Stepanian holds an MS in Architecture from Yerevan Polytechnic Institute in Armenia and a PhD in Architecture Theory and History from the Moscow Architectural Institute.