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ARTH 315 History of African-American Art 3.0 Credits

This course traces the history of African American art, beginning with the African-inspired material culture of slaves, and, later, encompassing the works of formally-trained as well as self-taught painters, sculptors, photographers, and artists working in multimedia up to the present. These works will be situated within the contexts of critical race theory, social and political movements, collectors and patrons, early critics and theorists of the black avant-garde, influential exhibitions, and the opposition between elite and popular cultures.

College/Department: Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts Design
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Entertainment & Arts Management BS

...ARCH 142 , ARCH 143 , ARTH, CHIN, COM, DANC 215 , DANC 315 , FMST, ENGL 111 - ENGL...

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