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    Course Outline

    WINTER 2019

    ART 203

    Class Stuff:

    Classroom: 1400 MPT

    Class Time: Wednesdays

    6pm-8:50pm

    Course Hashtag:

    #RDCarthistory1

    This course may be eligible for Prior

    Learning Assessment. Students should

    refer to the RDC College Calendar for a

    list of excluded courses.

    Instructor Info:

    Megan Bylsma, B.F.A, M.A

    Office: 2915-6

    Phone: 403.342.3546

    Text: remind.com class code @art305rdc

    Email: megan.bylsma@rdc.ab.ca

    Follow me on Twitter: @MegsBylsma

    Any underlined text in this

    document is a clickable hyperlink!

    A study of the major

    works of art in Western

    culture from the early

    Renaissance to

    Contemporary. Painting,

    sculpture, architecture and

    the minor and decorative

    arts will be examined to

    reflect the social forces,

    motivations and artistic

    principles pertinent to their

    creation.

    OFFICE HOURS:

    Tuesdays — find me in the library Wednesdays — in my office (2915-6)

    2-3:30pm

    Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, you will be able to:

    Identify and describe the major developments in Western cultural and visual history from the

    early Renaissance to the Contemporary era.

    Employ a working vocabulary of art and culture terms, ideas and concepts as related to post

    -fifteenth century Western art and culture.

    Formulate a research topic and demonstrate facility in data collection and citation methods.

    Formulate a research topic and demonstrate facility in data collection and citation methods.

    Compile, assess, and analyze research material for the purpose of constructing research

    papers and other projects.

    Recognize the diverse historical range of media and intent of the artistic process from the

    Renaissance forward.

    Interpret research information and articulate appropriate conclusions.

    Required Text:

    Janson, H.W. History of Art, Eighth Ed. OR

    Janson, H.W. History of Art, Volume II, Eighth Ed.

    OR Janson, H.W. History of Art, Volume II,

    Digital Revel version, Eighth Ed.

    http://www.remind.com mailto:megan.bylsma@rdc.ab.ca https://twitter.com/MegsBylsma

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    (Chapter readings listed with each class from Janson are to be read BEFORE each class)

    Reading Schedule, Class Topics,

    & Important Dates

    FEBRUARY 2019

    M T Wed T F

    1 2 3 4

    7 8 9 - Renaissance & Mannerism

    Chapters 16 & 17

    10 - Add/Drop

    Deadline

    1

    1

    1

    4

    15 16 - Reformation & Baroque

    Chapters 18 & 19

    PROJECT TOPIC CHOICE DUE via Blackboad

    17 1

    8

    2

    1

    22 23 - Baroque (con’t) & Rococo

    Chapters 20, 21, & 22

    BIBLIOGRAPHY DUE via Blackboad

    24 2

    5

    2

    8

    29

    30 - Neoclassicism & Romanticism

    Chapters 23 & 24

    31

    JANUARY 2019

    MARCH 2019

    M T Wed T F

    1 2

    4 5

    6 -

    Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Symbolism, & Art Nouveau

    Chapter 26 & pp.917 - 940

    7 8

    11 12

    13 -

    Pre-WW II Abstraction

    Chapter 27

    14 15

    18 19

    20 - Developments in Western Aboriginal Art 21 22

    25 26

    27 - Art Between the Wars

    Chapter 28

    28 29

    M T Wed T F

    1

    4 5 6 - Romanticism (con’t) & Realism

    Chapters 24 & 25

    7 8

    11 12

    14 15

    18 19 20 - No Class 21 22

    25 26 27 - No Class 28

    13 - Class will be in Art Centre Room 126 due to the Winter Games

    Impressionism & Post-Impressionism

    Chapters 24 & 25

    APRIL 2019

    M T W T F

    1 2 3 - Post-WWII

    Chapter 29

    4 5

    8 9 10 - Post-Modern & Contemporary

    Chapter 30

    11 12

    15 16 17 - Project Fair, Wrap Up & Review 18 19

    22 23

    24 - FINAL EXAM DUE 25 26

    29 30 31

    Heads Up!

    Feb 15—March 1 - No Classes

    As a result of RDC partnering to host the 2019

    Canada Winter Games, an extended Winter

    Term Reading Break has been approved for

    the 2018/2019 academic year.

    The Reading Break applies to all credit courses

    and is scheduled from

    February 15 through to March 1, 2019

    Classroom change for

    February 13 due to

    the Winter Games.

    We’ll be in the Arts

    Centre room 126!

    IMAGE REC. MIDTERM - via Blackboard First Draft of Project Due - via Blackboard

    MIDTERM DUE February 1st is Emergency Response Day

    Final Draft of Project Due - via Blackboard

    IMAGE REC. FINAL - in CLASS

    FINAL EXAM Distributed

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    For more information about your

    rights & responsibilities check

    http://rdc.ab.ca/sites/default/files/

    uploads/documents/12479/student

    -rights-and-responsibilities_0.pdf

    Student

    Responsibilities

    Instructor

    Responsibilities

    Lecture material and study aids

    will be available on-line from

    the interactive Blackboard

    application in The Loop. All

    lecture material may not be

    available for some classes.

    At any time a marker may be employed to grade some, but not all, assignments. A marking

    rubric, if used, will be available with your grading feedback.

    All assignments handed-in by students will be marked and feedback returned in a timely

    manner, unless unforeseen circumstances arise. Any delay in feedback will be announced

    to as soon as possible.

    Please be aware that all projects and papers will be subject to scrutiny for plagiarism and other academic misconducts.

    (Always use citation in your work correctly and it is far less likely that you will be guilty of ‘accidental’ plagiarism.

    Chicago Note-Bibliography Format Style citation is used in this class. Citation styles and creation will be covered in class.)

    For a full policy regarding what constitutes plagiarism and other academic misconduct please refer to the complete

    RDC policy here:

    http://rdc.ab.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/documents/2132/student-misconduct-academic-and-non-academic-policy_0.pdf

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    Pro tip: Be careful about missing

    classes as class activities,

    assigned during random

    classes, will encompass the

    ‘Class Work’ portion of the

    final grade.

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    M J R A S G M N S A O S I N E T This class includes a research term project as part of its assignment that

    will be graded on form as well as content. To aid with both the form and content production of this project, the assignment has been split into five separate steps to help students manage the difficulties of scheduling the responsibilities a term project poses as well as helping monitor their pro-

    gression towards success.

    The five steps are as follows:

    Jan. 16

    Step 2 Jan. 23

    Step 3 Feb.

    6

    Step 4 Apr. 3

    Step 5 PROJECT FAIR *optional* The Project Fair is an interactive showcasing opportunity for you to share your term project. During this event students you can showcase the term’s research work and final project. It is an entirely optional event and is open to all students who would like to participate.

    Apr. 17

    Step 1

  • A completely open project like this course calls for can be a daunting and intimidating kind of project to tackle. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and directionless, consider the following tips:

    • Use the project step descriptions on page 4 as the rubric for each step. The instructions for each step are the basis for the grades on each assignment.

    • At it’s heart, the project is a research project that communicates some kind of research about art, artists, etc. and shows why that knowledge is relevant and important. There are many ways to communicate in the 21st century, what’s the best approach for your new knowledge?

    • There is no wrong kind of project. But if you have doubts, talk to your instructor about it! She’s always open to being a sounding-board for projects and research. She’s just a text message or email away.

    IMAGE RECOGNITION QUIZZES During the term, there will be two image identification quiz