|type of classes||wykład;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
The evaluation is based on number of points obtained in the written test. The test consists of five terms to describe and 10 slides with works of art to describe. Scoring: 45-50 A; 44 B +; 40-43 B; 35-39 C +; 30-34 C; 0-29 D
Understand the causes of changes in styles.
Understand works of art in a broader context.
Know the terminology used elementary art history
Have an elementary knowledge of artistic concepts in modern art
Purpose of education:
Be able to explain the ideas associated with particular artistic solutions in the modern period showing the similarities and differences between them.
Have developed skills in communication
Be aware of once level of knowledge and skills.
Understand the need for continuous professional and personal development. Improve competencies and skills.
Systematically participate in cultural life.
Be interested in current events, cultural, innovative and ancient forms of artistic expression, new and old phenomena in art.
|short subject description||
The aim of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive picture of the world of modern art, which is often in the service of religion, magic, politics, and other human activities. Classes are used primarily for knowledge, not criticism, so that the student can independently respond to a variety of artistic and cultural activities in different continents and different time periods. Lectures should visualise that art is part of a complex structure, which consists of a variety of beliefs, rituals, political ideas, moral and social codes, etc.., And that it is an excellent means of communication, however, often used for purposes of imposing a specific world order.
|form of classes||
The lecture consists of the following elements:
-explanation of the purpose of the lecture and mentioning the main points indicating the topic keywords
Within the classes are also organized visits to galleries and museums, where students have the opportunity to analyse the original works of art. Lecturer prepares for students auxiliary tasks
|subject area coverage||
1./2. XV century in European art and culture:
the beginnings of the Italian Renaissance : architecture, painting, sculpture
3./4. XVI century in art and European culture: the Reformation and art in Northern Europe; flowering of the Renaissance in Florence and Rome; flowering of the Renaissance in Venice; Mannerism in architecture, painting, sculpture.
5./6. XVII century in art and European culture: the beginnings of Baroque in Rome; Baroque in Architecture; seventeenth century Dutch painting; Baroque in England and in France
7./8. XVIII century in art and European culture: French Rococo; Rococo in Germany and Italy; English painting; Neoclassicism
|evaluation form||credit with grading;|
Arass Daniel, On n'y voit rien. Descriptions, 2000
D' Alleve Anne, Methods and Theories of Art History, 2005
Hagen Rose- Marie & Rainer, What Great Paintings Say, 2 vols. Ed. Taschen 2005
Hugh Honour and John Fleming, A World History of Art, London 1995
Rzepińska Maria, Seven centuries of European painting, 1991 (Dziewięć wieków malarstwa europejskiego)
Dana Arnold, Art History. A very short introduction. Oxford University Press, 2004
Białystocki Jan, Art More Precious than Gold (Sztuka Cenniejsza niż złoto), 2008
Białostocki Jan, Pięć wieków myśli o sztuce, 1976 (Five centuries of thinking about art)
Dipti Desai and others, History as art, art as history: contemporary art and social studies education. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2009
Fabiani Bożena, Gawędy o sztuce, dzieła, twórcy, mecenasi, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo PWN, 2011 (Stories of art, works, authors)
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||lack of data|
Passed previous semester
Knowledge of the ancient and medieval art history and modern history
|Painting / Technology of Public Art s.2||r||15||1||