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Craft & Design History 1750-1950

This course is a study of Western craft and design tradition and innovations from the mid-eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.                                                   

Extended Studies registration is limited to 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 6, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2120 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Sandra Alfoldy
Site:
D440, Bell Auditorium, 5163 Duke Street
Date / Time:
Wed, Sept 7- Dec 14, 6pm-9pm
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

 

Survey of 19th Century Art

This course will provide a survey of nineteenth-century practices and media in Western art within their social, political and philosophical contexts.
Extended Studies registration is limited to 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 6, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2010 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Elizabeth Loeffler
Site:
A208, 1649 Brunswick Street
Date / Time:
Tues & Thu, Sept 6-Dec15, 6pm-7:30pm
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

 

Survey of 20th Century Art

This course will provide a survey of twentieth-century practices and media in Western art within their social, political and philosophical contexts.

Extended Studies registration is limited to 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 6, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2020 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Jane Wark
Site:
D440, Bell Auditorium, 5163 Duke Street
Date / Time:
Thu, Sept 8-Dec15, 9am - 12pm
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

 

Survey of Indigenous Art
This course explores material, visual and cultural production of Indigenous art in Canada during the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Organized both geographically and thematically, the course is situated in relation to issues of representation, self-determination, continuity, nationhood, colonial expansion, inclusions and exclusions of national narratives and the development of Indigenous art history in Canada.

Extended Studies registration is limited to 3.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 6, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2505 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Carla Taunton
Site:
D440, Bell Auditorium, 5163 Duke Street
Date / Time:
Tue, Sept 6-Dec 13, 1pm-4pm
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

 

Medieval Art

A survey of art, craft and architecture of Western Europe and Byzantium from approximately AD 300 to 1400.

Extended Studies registration is limited to 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 9, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2600 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Marilyn McKay
Site:
D440, Bell Auditorium, 5163 Duke Street
Date / Time:
Fri, Sept 9-Dec 9, 8:30am -10:30am
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

 

Film History and Criticism 1890-1945

An introduction to the history, analysis and criticism of film from 1890 to 1945, including early experiments in filmmaking and film exhibition, the development of sound and colour technologies, through to the rise of feature-length narrative and the consolidation of genre and the Hollywood studio system.

Extended Studies registration is limited to 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: Sept 7, 2016

Course Code:
ESAH-2800 [Register Online]
Instructor:
Darrell Varga
Site:
A208, 1649 Brunswick Street
Date / Time:
Wed, Sept 7- Dec 14, 8:30am-12:30pm
Tuition: 
$350.00 + HST

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