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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Modern Art HAA 030 Spring 2009 Thursday 6-8:30, FFA 203 Instructor: Karla Huebner Meetings: Groups: Office Hours: Course Materials: Course Evaluation: Group A (Allen-Kippen) and Group B (Kretchek-Weigold)Your group work will constitute an important part of your participation grade. History of Modern Artplus additional readings divided by Group A () and Group B ()All required readings are available either on Courseweb or on reserve in the Fine Arts Library. A Short Guide to Writing About Art Learning to Look: A Handbook for the Visual Arts Goals Attendance Plagiarism Cell Phone Policy Additional Resources Grove Dictionary of Art University Library System Art History Databases Frick Fine Arts Library Disability Resources and Services Bibliographic Software Exams extreme Paper Schedule and Required Readings: What is Modern Art? Origins of the Avant-Garde and Impressionism A: Art Bulletin B: Impressionism: A Feminist Reading Neo-Impressionism, Symbolism, and Art Nouveau A:The Art Bulletin B: The Essence of Art Nouveau Post-Impressionism-van Gogh, Gauguin, Fauvism, Expressionism A: Feminism and Art History: Questioning the Litany B:Gauguin’s Skirt Cubism and Futurism on the Eve of World War I A: Art Bulletin, B: NOTE:many Art, War, and Revolution: The Russian Avant-Garde A:The World of Art B: Realism, Rationalism, Surrealism, Dada A:New York Dada 1915–23 B: Cut With the Kitchen Knife Review for midterm Architecture and Utopia between the Wars I will be away at CAA Midterm and film Both groups: Art Journal, Surrealism's Revolution of the Unconscious A:Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement B: Papers of Surrealism Regionalism and Social/Socialist Realism A: Two Centuries of Black American Art B:Critical Issues in American Art World War II and the Postwar Directions of Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art A: Art in Modern Culture B: Significant Others: Creativity and Intimate Partnership Film: Barbara Rose, The New York School (1976), FL-947 The Vietnam War Era and Pluralism: Minimalism, Performance Art, Earth Art, Photorealism A: Richard Serra/Sculpture, B: Art and Objecthood Film: Barbara Rose, American Art in the Sixties (1973), V-3769 PAPER DUE Feminist Interventions A: B: Art Journal Multiculturalism A: Art/Women/California: Parallels and Intersections 1950–2000 B: How Art Becomes History Exam ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course HAA 0030 taught by Professor Karlahuebner during the Spring '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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