ARH 209 - History of Japanese Art
A historical survey of the visual arts of Japan from the prehistoric era to the present day including selected works of pottery, woodblock prints, sculpture, and architecture. College-level reading and writing skills are strongly recommended for success in this course.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Identify and demonstrate an understanding of the technical procedures and creator's role in art throughout the history of cultural production.
2. Demonstrate and effectively communicate an understanding of the impact of religious, philosophical, and political conditions on cultural production and communities.
3. Interpret and apply their understanding of the use and meaning of symbols and iconography throughout history to current issues, culture or history.
4. Compose written or visual material to effectively communicate knowledge and demonstrate comprehension of art historical periods, styles, terminology, iconography, theory and artwork.
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