Not available in 2013
Previously offered in 2012
Investigates issues of Art History and Ideology as they have been applied to the analysis of visual imagery. It will examine the theme of "gender" as a case study in the construction of Art History and its links with the reading of artistic imagery. An investigation of the student's own imagery will be incorporated into the teaching process. On completion the student will: have developed the ability to frame their practice within a specific ideological, historical or contemporary context; have an increased knowledge of methodologies of art history; and have acquired specialised knowledge of a selected aspect of art theory or history.
|Objectives||By the end of the course the student will:
1. have developed the ability to frame their practice within a specific ideological, historical or contemporary context.
2. have an increased knowledge of methodologies of art history
3. have acquired specialised knowledge of a selected aspect of art theory or history.
|Content||Challenging the Canon, Dissolving the Hierarchies
The Death of the Artist as Hero
Rewriting History: Artistic Collaboration in the 20th Century
Investigating the Margins: Children?s art, Naive art, art of the Insane
Feminist Art History: Rewriting the Canon
Virgin or Whore: Representing women
Rethinking the Crafts
Bodies of Masculinity: Representing Men
Sexual Politics: Gay and Lesbian Imagery
|Replacing Course(s)||ARTC2010 Current View of Art History|
|Transition||Students who have successfully completed ARTC2010 Current View of Art History may not enrol in CAPA2010 Current View of Art History.|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Contact Hours||Tutorial: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Lecture: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term