Electives

 

All electives commence in week 2, except AHT261 (Surrealism) and AHT257 (Galleries), 

which start in week 1.


AHT267 Issues in Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art
Commences week 2
TURNITIN 
CLASS ID: 
ENROLLMENT KEY (PASSWORD): 


Week 1: No Reading

           





       



                                                    http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/Week_8_Browning_Hand In Hand.pdf

Week 9. Aboriginal Art it's a White Thing?: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/Week_9_Bell_Bells_T.pdf


Week 11. Revision:


AHT210, Aesthetics I


Ian Greig, 5-7pm, Black Theatre, Monday, commencing 12 March



AHT261 Surrealism
Commences week 1 (5 March)
Turnitin (essay): Class ID: 17468803  Enrollment Key (Password): AHT261

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AHT257 MUSEUMS, GALLERIES AND CONTEMPORARY SPACES OF DISPLAY 
Weds 12.30-2.30, Red Theatre, Lorraine Kypiotis
 
 
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AHT263 Australian Art: Colony to Nation
Commences week 2
Weds, Red Theatre, Molly Duggins
Turnitin class ID: 17682371
Enrolment key/password: AHT263

Course outline

Readings and lecture images


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4. Sculpture and the Environment: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT263 Hill.pdf



7. Exhibiting Australia:  http://recollections.nma.gov.au/issues/vol_3_no_1/papers/representing_colonial_australia

8. Art Education and the Classical Tradition
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10. Visual Culture in the Archive: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT263 Neville.pdf

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12. Postcolonial Reverberations: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT263 Pike.pdf
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AHT264 Cinema
Commences week 2
TURNITIN (ESSAY)
CLASS ID: 17444032
ENROLLMENT KEY (PASSWORD): AHT264

Wed, Black Theatre, 6-8 pm, Shane Haseman
Examines European films from the 1960s to the present that stress a reflective critique of society and culture, while emphasizing the poetic and formal qualities of cinematic language. The subject also explores the broader relationship of post-war cinema to that of art history, theory and criticism.
Course Guide
Assessment - Essay Questions

Readings and Lecture Images
Week 16: Introduction to 'Art Cinema'
Weeks 17-18: Reification and the aesthetics of proof in     Vivre Sa Vie and     L'Eclisse   
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Weeks 19-20: Melodrama, camp style and the outsider in      Ali: Fear.., and     The Enigma of Kasper Hauser
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Weeks 21-22: Predestination and the politics of refusal in      L'Argent and     Vagabond 
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Weeks 23-24: Class distinctions: absurd realism and naturalism in     Life Is Sweet and     Kes
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Weeks 25-26: Bohemian resistance and the etiology of fascism in     Le Havre and White Ribbon
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Week 27: Screening and Plenary 


AHT223 - Gender and Sexuality
Dr Christine Dean, Thurs night, Black Theatre

Turnitin



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AHT221 - Architecture, the Art of the City
Commences week 2
Dr Michael Hill, Red Theatre, Thurs
Turn It In Details:
ID: 17492930
Password: AHT221


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AHT266 The Artist in Art History
Commences week 2
Thurs, Seminar room, Building 11, Georgina Cole
Turnitin class ID:
Enrolment key/password: AHT266
Essay due 13 October

Readings and lecture images
1. Myths and legends: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT266_Kris.pdf


3. Melancholy: https://books.google.com.au/books?id=aESBh9lXDJMC&lpg=PP1&pg=PA87#v=onepage&q&f=false      (paste url into your browser and read pages 87-93)

Additional reading on Rembrandt's self portraits: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT266_Rembrandt.pdf






10. Art on film: Watch    Mr Turner (2014), directed by Mike Leigh. GC will screen the film at 12.30pm in the bldg 11 seminar room.


12. Revision
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