Art, Business and Education 434. The Museum: Culture, Business, and Education.
An innovative interdisciplinary study of museums, which examines this topic from the perspective of art, business and education. The class has been developed in partnership with museums in the area, including the Getty Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (MOCA), and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard. In 2010 the students enrolled in this course have been involved in planning the Getty College Night.
Read more about the CSUCI students’ involvement in this event: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/college-night-students-take-over-the-getty
Course team-taught with CSUCI Business Professor Andrew Morris 2005-2010.
Art 435. Postmodern Visual Culture
A critical examination of the major visual components of postmodern culture, focused on the analysis of both traditional and new media such as video, film, television and digital art.
Art 337. Art on Film and Film as Art
An interdisciplinary analysis of film within the context of the 20th century art movements which includes comparative analyses that expose the visual and conceptual modalities used by film and reveal links between still and moving images within specific artistic, cultural, and historical contexts.
Art 330. Critical Thinking in a Visual World
An upper division course concerned with exposing multiple issues that affect the way art and images are defined, examined, and valued across time and cultures.
Art 101. What Is Art?
An innovative introduction to understanding art focused on the processes that make art possible and meaningful and concerned with developing students’ ability to form critical skills of looking and thinking.
Art, Communication. 331. Art, Society, And Mass Media
An interdisciplinary introduction to visual art and culture focused on the relationships between traditional visual arts and novel forms such as photography, film, video, television, and the web.
Art 433. Women in the Arts
An examination of the women’s roles in culture and their interaction with and contribution to the artistic discourse.
Art 436. Modern Art
An analysis of the main artistic developments of this era focused on particular movements, artists, and ideas that have played a crucial role in shaping the history of modern art.
Art 490. Special Topics in Art
Art 110. Pre-Historic to Renaissance
Art 111. Renaissance to Present
OTHER COURSES TAUGHT:
Aesthetics and Art Criticism
American Art and Architecture
Film: Between Fiction and Reality
Italian Modern and Contemporary Art
Perspectives in Art History
Women and Film