This course is an introductory course in Art Appreciation. The course is designed to expose students to the world of art including artists, art processes and media, art history, the creative process, and the elements and principles of design. To be successful in this class you must be self-motivated and disciplined. The primary source of information will come from the textbook. I repeat: You will not pass this course unless you buy the textbook and read it diligently. Online you will use the My Arts Lab, which you will have to purchase a code for.
Class begins on May 31 and ends on June 30. We will not have any regular in person typical classroom meeting. There will be five (5) tests in this class. Each test will cover new chapters; there is no cumulative test at the end of the class. You will have a 4 day window to take each examine; Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Each test will have fifty questions, all multi-choice. You will take the test over the Internet. Each test will be sixty minutes long, once you log on you must complete the test in the time frame. If you take longer then sixty minutes that portion of your test will not count. The “My Arts Lab” will give you learning objectives; key concepts and a study plan for each chapter. I will not reschedule a test for you. You have four days to take this exam, day or night 24/7 and you can take it anywhere in the world! Almost any computer that is connected to the Internet will work.
Instructor: Gary Goldberg, Professor of Art
(940) 397-4382 or (940) 782-0884
email@example.com Use this Email as back up you should contact me through Web CT under the private mail icon
Office Hours:Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 am 12:00pm. I will answer E-mail and telephone during these times.
Technical Problems Online Problem Reporting System
Textbook: Henry M. Sayre, A World of Art, Sixth Edition,
Please Note you must buy and use the code for MYARTSLAB. This is compulsorily for this class!
Your book can also be purchased this way and be used as an “E” book using:
If you buy your book through Midwestern State University it come with the “MyArtsLab” code.
Please use this number when you have the prompt “Join a class”
A note about summer school! Summer school goes very fast and you must read approximately 100 pages a week. You will take one exam each week please do not fall behind. There are NO MAKEUP EXAMS! You have four days to complete the Exam.
Your last test, #5 will overlap test #4, and will take place mid-week and finish on Thursday June 30.
Chapter 1 A World of Art
Chapter 2 Developing Visual Literacy
Chapter 3 Seeing the Value in Art
TEST #1 June 3, 4, 5, 6
Chapter 4 Line
Chapter 5 Space
Chapter 6 Light and Color
Chapter 7 Other Formal Elements
Chapter 8 The Principles of Design
TEST #2 June 10, 11, 12, 13
Chapter 9 Drawing
Chapter 10 Printmaking
Chapter 11 Painting
Chapter 12 Photography and Time-based Media
Chapter 13 Sculpture
Chapter 14 The Crafts as Fine Art
TEST #3 June 17, 18, 19, 20
Chapter 15 Architecture
Chapter 16 The Design Profession
Chapter 17 The Ancient World
Chapter 18 The Age of Faith
TEST #4 June 24, 25, 26, 27
Chapter 19 Renaissance through Baroque
Chapter 20 The 18th and 19th Centuries
Chapter 21 From 1900 to Present
TEST #5 June 27, 28, 29, 30