ART 151 History of Early East Asian Art
Content: This course provides an introduction to the arts of China, Korea, and Japan from the Neolithic period to the 14th century. We study objects in a range of media, including calligraphy, ink painting, secular and religious architecture, ceramics, and woodblock prints. Among other topics, the class explores how gender, ethnicity, and political authority affect and are affected by the visual culture of the region.
Usually offered: Annually, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.
The Department of Art offers students an exciting learning environment in which to practice the visual arts and to study art in its historical and theoretical contexts. Our faculty work to ensure that all students graduate with the ability to think creatively and critically, both about the art they produce and the art they study. We are committed to helping students achieve the visual literacy that is essential to negotiating the world today by preparing students for careers as visual artists; for work in galleries, museums, and arts administration; and for a life enriched by the visual arts.
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