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Introduces the history of art by investigating the ways in which art has developed and functioned within past and present world cultures. It also examines the hanging methods of interpretation that are elicited from the study of the art of the past and used in the contemporary discipline of art history. Focuses on analyzing works of art, using both traditional and contemporary approaches and perspectives, for the purpose of understanding the relationship between artistic expression and cultural context.
This noncredit class meets with a regular University of Utah credit course.