Friday, April 13, 2007

Intro to Medieval Art

Rebekah Perry
History of Art & Architecture
"Intro to Medieval Art" (HA&A 0050) is being offered this summer in the first six-week session. This is a fun and engaging course that combines topics and themes of broad artistic, architectural, historic, and religious interests from the Early Christian period to the High Middle Ages. The course is 3 credits. No prerequisites are required. Classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the convenient evening time of 6 – 9:15 pm. For questions, e-mail Rebekah Perry at See official course description below.

"This course is a survey of the major monuments of painting, architecture, sculpture and minor arts made between the 3rd and 15th century for major patrons in the nation states, the Christian church, and other religious groups in Europe. Students learn to recognize, understand, and write about the major techniques, stylistic developments, and iconographic themes, of art and the major structural and aesthetic development in architecture.
Lectures focus on demonstrating the evolution of style across time and on the characteristics of particular historical periods and geographical eras in Europe."

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