ARH 333 - Arts for the Public

Description
The history of efforts to develop forms of artistic work that engage broad audiences of citizens and consumers. Examination of a range of enterprises spanning the century, including monuments, murals, animated cartoons, propaganda, and the Web. Drawing on perspectives from art history, social history, and cultural studies, the course considers developments throughout the 20th century in the United States such as urbanization, political and business expansion, class and racial conflict, war, and technological innovation, in relation to art work. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: ARH 209. Requirement Designation: DEC K. Required grade: A through D.
Credits
3
Attributes
HFA+ Humanities and Fine Arts
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
19
Avg. Sections
1