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PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILACollege of Humanities, Arts, and Social SciencesDepartment of Social Sciences and Humanities.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Course TitleART APPRECIATIONCourse CodeAAP 0005Course Credit3 UNITSCourse DescriptionNature, function and appreciation of the arts in contemporary society.Course ObjectivesAt the end of the course the students will1.Demonstrate higher level of art appreciation grounded on philosophical, historical, social, political, and personal level;2.Critically analyze and interpret art;3.Cultivate a great sense of respect and appreciation for art;4.Engage in substantive personal reflection about the relationship between art and life.COURSE OUTLINEWEEKNUMBERTOPICSLEARNING OUTCOMES (LO)TEACHING AND LEARNINGACTIVITIES (TLA)RESOURCESASSESSMENT TOOL/S(AT)/OUTPUT/SMODE OF LEARNING(ONLINE)Orientation on:SyllabusHouse RulesRequirements (including SeatPlan, Directory)Grading SystemTo orient the participants on theobjective of the course, expectedactivities and outputs, and outcomesat the end of the course.To determine the expectations of thecourseFacilitated by thefacultySyllabusComments, questions andinsights on sharingInteractiveDiscussionVia ZoomI. Assumptions and Nature of Art:Creativity, Imagination, and ExpressionA. Why Study the Art?B. Art and/or Humanities?C.How the art influences society?To know why the need to studyArtUnderstand the link of Man, Artand SocietyTo grasp well how art influencessocietyInteractivediscussion on:1.What is the role of artin man’s life?2.How is art related tosociety?Drost, M. P. 1991.Aristotle and Nietzscheon art as imitation ofnature.-content/uploads/2016/06/Aritotle-and-NIetzsche-The students will work on thetheme,“What is Art?”Guidelines:Make aDIGITAL ARTcollage that would focuson the students’InteractiveDiscussionVia Zoom
3.How does thelanguage of artfacilitate criticalappreciation andenhance culturalbreadth and humanexperience.on-art-as-imitation-of-natureMark-P.-Drost.pdfCasey. E. S. 1971.Expression andcommunication in art.The Journal of Aestheticsand Art Criticism, Vol. 30,No. 2, pp. 197-207.olar.org/8d60/b3fede5b18dfe3c46b8f2516aef87a04b59f.pdf“Functions of Art”m/what-are-the-functions-of-art-182414understanding and/orperception of art based onthe discussion of thelesson.II. Art and LifeA.Art and the Value of AestheticB.Art and MathematicsC.Cultural Relativism in AestheticsD.The Concept of BeautyE.Art and EducationF.Art and PsychologyTo integrate Art and its implication topractical aspects of culture and lifeThe class will be divided intofive (5) groups. Each group willchoice one topic to study andpresent a webinar on:Group 1:Art andMathematicsGroup 2:CulturalRelativism in AestheticsGroup 3:The Concept ofBeautyGroup 4: Art and EducationGroup 5: Art and PsychologyGroup 1: Art andMathematicsMathematics in the Art ofLeonardo Da Vincithematics-in-the-art-of-

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