This is the home page for the Art 101 Curriculum space.
And some questions/issues...
- Are we losing some of the more creative or conceptually-oriented topics by being so object-oriented?
- Should there be topics that cross field boundaries? (Whether it's because they are conceptually oriented, or because they bring in comparative material?)
- Should there be one or more units that EVERY section of Art 101 does - a formal analysis module, for instance? (Aden's first medieval option might come the closest.)
- replication and relations between images
- image-text relations
- the sacred (and the secular)
Inventory of local object case studies
- Smart and AIC lekythoi
- Tintoretto's Rape of Lucretia (AIC)
- Speculum Romanae prints (Regenstein)
- Ida Noyes theater mural/film
- Chinese painting and/or calligraphy (need some help from Ping on locations)
- Picasso/Kahnweiler (AIC)
- Warhol and Lichtenstein Shopping Bags (Smart)
- Heartfield AIZ cover and Lissitzky's children's book Story of Two Squares (Regenstein)
...what else? what are we missing that's important in art history?