Listed below are the course descriptions for the following courses:

41-100 American Art

41-101 History of Art I

41-102 History of Art II

41-109 Modern Art

41-123 History of Animation

ART 245 History of Photography




41-100   American Art	3 credits Spring (every other year)	
SUNY Orange		Arts and Communication Department
Tuesday 4:00-6:45 PM	HA 111	Office # 341-4787	

Required Texts:
American Art: History and Culture       Short Guide to Writing About Art
Revised First Edition                   Seventh Edition
Wayne Craven                            Sylvan Barnet					
Mc Graw Hill                            Longman

Course Description: This three credit course is a survey study of American 
art from the seventeenth century to the twentieth century.  Special 
attention will be paid to the evolution of style, technique and medium.  
Architecture, decorative arts, painting, sculpture and photography will 
be studied within their social, political and religious context.  Both 
European sources of American art and art forms indigenous to America are 
discussed.  The class will visit the Metropolitan Museum of art TBA. This 
course may be applicable to several programs. Consult with your advisor 
and the SUNY Orange handbook for specific details and authoritative 
information.


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41-101  History of Art I	3 credits Fall  	
SUNY Orange		Arts and Communication Department
Tuesday  and Thursday 9:30- 10:45 - AM		HA 111
Office # 341-4787	

Required texts:
Gardnerís ART Through the Ages          A Short Guide to Writing About Art
Eleventh edition                        Seventh Edition
The Western Perspective
Kleiner, Mamiya, Tansey                 Sylvan Barnet					
Thompson/Wadsworth                      Longman

Course Description: The first half of a year-long survey of the major 
movements of art from Pre-historic times through the Gothic era. 
Architecture, painting decorative arts, sculpture and graphic art will be 
studied with in social, political and religious context. Special attention 
will be paid to evolution of style, technique and medium. This course may 
be applicable to several programs. Consult with your advisor and the SUNY 
Orange handbook for specific details and authoritative information.


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41-102 History of Art II 	3 credits Spring 	
SUNY Orange		Arts and Communication Department
Thursday 7:00- 9:45 PM   	BT 207	Office # 341-4787	

Required texts:
Gardnerís ART Through the Ages          A Short Guide to Writing About Art
Eleventh edition                        Seventh Edition
The Western Perspective
Kleiner, Mamiya, Tansey                 Sylvan Barnet					
Thompson/Wadsworth                      Longman

Course Description: The second half of a year-long survey of the major 
movements of art from the Early Gothic era through the twentieth century. 
Architecture, painting , sculpture, photography and graphic art will be 
studied with in the context and in perspective to the world events that 
have helped shape the history of artistic creativity and art history in 
general. Special attention will be paid to evolution of style, technique 
and medium. The student upon completion of this course should be able to 
recognize and identify the major movements in art history between 1300-2000. 
This course may be applicable to several programs. Consult with your 
advisor and the SUNY Orange handbook for specific details and 
authoritative information.


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41-109 Modern Art           Fall or Summer        3 credits 	
SUNY Orange    	Arts and Communication Department
Summer Tuesday and Thursday 3:00-6:00  or Fall Thursday 7:00-9:45 PM 		
HA 111    Office # 341-4787                                

Required texts:
Edward Lucie-Smith                      Sylvan Barnet
Visual Arts of the 20th Century         A Short Guide to Writing About Art
                                        Seventh Edition
New York, Prentice Hall	                Longman

Course Description: An in depth, chronological examination of the art 
movements of the twentieth century as shaped by the age of technology and 
information. Subject matter will be presented decade by decade with 
attention paid not only to developing technology but also by social and 
cultural issues. Specific examples of architecture, painting, graphic art, 
sculpture and photography will be set in perspective to the world events 
that have helped shape modern artistís approach to art and creativity in 
the twentieth century.


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41-123-History of Animation	
1 credit Spring or Fall	5 sessions mid semester	
SUNY Orange    	Arts and Communication Department
Wednesday 4:00-6:45 PM 		HA 111
Office # 341-4787                               

Course Description: A five week, one credit survey of the history of 
animation traced through early twentieth century with origins based in 
photography. The seminar will culminate with an examination of computer 
generated animation. Special attention will be paid to traditional 
methodology of classic cartoon production, full-length features as well 
as non-traditional animators and avant-guarde animation techniques. This 
course may be applicable to several programs. Consult with your advisor 
and SUNY Orange hand book for specific details and authorative information.


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ART 245 History of Photography	3 credits Fall 2004	
September 8- December 22
PACE University		Fine Art Department
Wednesday  9:05 AM- 12:05PM	

Required text                           Highly Suggested Text
Seizing the Light:                      A Short Guide to Writing About Art
A History of Photography                Seventh Edition
Robert Hirsch                           Sylvan Barnet
Mc Graw Hill                            Longman

Course Description: This three credit course is a survey of photography 
in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries an emphasis on the major 
stylistic and aesthetic movements within the field. The invention and 
development of various photographic techniques as well as the careers 
of innovative American and European photographers will be covered. The 
relationship between photography and other art media, such as painting, 
is also addressed. Classes may visit the International Center of Photography 
and the Museum of Modern Art. This course may be applicable to several 
programs. Consult with your advisor and the Pace University handbook for 
specific details and authoritative information.