Arts and Society I (ART101)

Arts and Society I (ART101)

The course is an introductory survey of the methodical and practical integration of various research designs and methodologies in the arts, humanities and social sciences. It sustains and develops students abilities and interests and offers an opportunity for close engagement with fine art study, theory and practice. Students examine art as a social process and social context/s in which art is made, circulated and engaged, and what art can tell them about their own social and spiritual issues and institutions.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to :

  1. Asses the role of art in society from the classical to contemporary period
  2. Critically read and interpret art texts and images
  3. Demonstrate critical awareness of the interface between art, artists and society
  4. Categorize fine art works and underpin their relationship to sociocultural and economic contexts



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