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Carrie Patterson, Chair
Associate Professor of Art
Phone: (240) 895-4252
Email: ccpatterson@smcm.edu

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Spring 2014

Art and Art History Event Calendar

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Life Model Sessions

Every Tuesday Starting February 4

8:30-10:00 PM, Montgomery Hall

Visiting Artist Talk: Kathleen Hall

February 26th, 4:45 PM, Library 321


Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Sachs 

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Sarah received her BA in Studio Art from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2006. In 2008, she received her Masters of Art in Digital Art from Maryland Institute College of Art, and in 2009 she received her Masters of Fine Art in Photography and Digital Imaging, also from Maryland Institute College of Art. Through her fine art work, Sarah explores the dichotomy between human and digital memory, how the two influence one another, and how they are affected by natural and technological elements of decay. She hopes to create a dialogue about the relationships between personal memory, society’s collective memory, and collective cultural identity. 

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Art History 100

ARTH 100: Introduction to Art History                    back to courses index
Joe Lucchesi and Cristin Cash

This course covers the history of art and architecture produced by cultures around the world from prehistory to the present. We will look at works of architecture, sculpture, 2D media (painting, prints, and photography) and 4D or time-based art (performance, video, digital) both in the process of their creation and meaning in cultural context. Using case studies from different cultures and time periods, the course is subdivided to explore some of the general themes that often provide meaning to artistic expression including: space/place, the body, institutional and private patronage and self-expression. By the end of the course you should have the skills necessary to analyze works of art and architecture based on an understanding of visual, iconographic and contextual analysis, comparative study, and the interpretation of primary documents and secondary sources.

No prerequisite. This course satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement in Humanistic Foundations.