AHT100

 
AHT100 
Coordinator: Georgina Cole 
georgina.cole@nas.edu.au

Course outline - revised
http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_course outline_2018_2.pdf

Excursion!
Art Gallery of NSW excursion rescheduled for 27 and 28 August
Please meet your tutor on the Gallery steps
Monday 1-2:30pm; 2:30-4pm 
Tuesday 10am-12pm; 1-3pm

Assessments
10-11.15am, Monday 22 October 2018
Cell Block, Black theatre, bldg. 11 seminar room

Research essay - due Friday 28 September via turnitin.com

10-11.15am, Monday 25 June 2018
Cell Block, Red, and Black Theatres

Object analysis - due Friday 13 April via turnitin.com


Class ID:   17443288
Password/Enrolment key: AHT100
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Handouts and guides





Readings and lecture images
Semester one
Week 1:   Ancient Greece: ideal bodies in sculpture and architecture 

Week 2:   Buddhist art in Ancient India 

Week 3:   Social objects: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art
Additional reading on Djangkawu creation story: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Yalangbara.pdf

Week 4: Traditions of Chinese landscape painting 
Additional reading on art materials and techniques:  http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Silbergeld.pdf

Week 6:  Ancient Rome and Early Christian art  
Additional reading on women in the middle ages: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Carr.pdf

Week 7:  The Gothic cathedral 

Week 8:   Late Medieval painting

Week 9:  The Renaissance: Masaccio, Donatello, Botticelli

Week 10:  The High Renaissance: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael

Week 11:  Art in Northern Europe: Van Eyck, Van der Weyden, Dürer

Week 12:   Caravaggio and Artemisia in seventeenth-century Rome

Week 14:  Bernini, Borromini, and the Baroque

Semester two
Week 16: Poussin, Claude, and the classical landscape / the theatre of Versailles (JP)

Week 17:  Art at court: Rubens and Velazquez (GC)                                                                                                                                          
Reading: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Steinberg_Velazquez.pdf
Additional reading on Christ in the House of Mary and Martha: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Tiffany.pdf
Lecture images: http://www.nasaht.com.au/web_images/AHT100_Rubens_Velazquez.pdf

Week 18: Art in the Dutch Republic (GC)

Excerpts from Svetlana Alpers' The Art of Describing: Dutch Art in the Seventeenth Century (Chicago, 1983):

Week 19:  Reason and feeling in eighteenth-century French art (GC)


Week 21: Art vs craft: an introduction to material culture (MD)


Week 23: Art and Colonialism in Australia (MD)

Week 24:   Romanticism I: Goya, Friedrich, Turner (GC)

Week 25:  Romanticism II: Ingres, Gericault, Degas (GC)

Week 26: Art, industrial culture, and modernity (MH)