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ARTH 101 Ways of Seeing: Introduction to Visual Studies

Drawing on examples from across history and around the world, this course deals with the role of the visual in society, culture, and everyday experience.

This course is eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading. To determine whether you can take this course for Credit/D/Fail grading, visit the Credit/D/Fail website. You must register in the course before you can select the Credit/D/Fail grading option.

Credits: 3


Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
ARTH 101 001Lecture1 Mon17:0019:00

If the course is blocked, the class is full and a waitlist has been opened. Students will be moved into the class from the waitlist, as spaces become available, in the order of date of registration.

Drawing on examples from across history and around the world, this course addresses the role of the visual in society, culture, and everyday experience. By introducing a range of visual materials (painting, photography, public monuments, print, film, advertisements), we will discuss and apply different approaches to these materials and how to use concepts and ideas to understand how "ways of seeing" inform the visual world and vice versa.

ARTH 101 L01Tutorial1 Mon19:0020:00
FullARTH 101 L02Tutorial1 Mon19:0020:00
ARTH 101 L03Tutorial1 Tue17:0018:00
ARTH 101 L04Tutorial1 Tue18:0019:00
ARTH 101 L05Tutorial1 Tue17:0018:00
ARTH 101 L06Tutorial1 Tue18:0019:00
ARTH 101 01WWaiting List1 Mon17:0019:00

ARTH 101 01W is a waiting list for ARTH 101 001. Students will be moved from the waiting list into the class as seats come available, in order of date of registration.