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This 2004-2006 Bridgewater State College Catalog Web Addenda contains the most up-to-date information. Information in this Catalog Web Addenda supersedes the published version of this catalog.
Only changes made to program requirements, courses or academic policies are outlined here. This Web Addenda should be used in conjunction with the 2004-2006 print or Online Catalog.
This course will focus on African American art and architecture from 1619 to the present. Various modes of artistic expression will be covered, including painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and textiles. In addition, the aesthetic culture as well as the historical, social, and political contexts in which these arts were produced will be examined. Every two years
This course will focus on MesoAmerican art and architecture from the Olmec to the Aztec. Various modes of artistic expression will be covered, including frescoes, metals, ceramics, sculpture, and architecture. In addition, the cultural aesthetics as well as the historical, social, and political contexts in which these arts were produced will be examined. Every two years
Prerequisite: ARTS 367
This is a project based web art course that focuses on web innovation and net vision. Students will work in an innovative/critical manner, generating projects based on conceptual and political implications of information control systems. Projects may address but are not limited to issues of identity, privacy, autonomy, and dehumanization. Technically, the approach can range from XHTML to action scripting techniques. This course may be taken multiple times for credit.* Alternate semesters
* Additional Fee Required
All changes are effective Fall 2005 unless otherwise noted.Back to 2004-2006 Catalog