Art Theory

Lecture series given at the Bachelor of Arts Program

MEDIA ARTS AND DESIGN | FACULTY OF FINE ARTS |CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

Overview or introduction approach I use is a chronological one. Though there are art historical periods for which my experience and passion are greater than others, I try to remember that if I emphasize any one area I diminish another. AP® Art History is an introductory-level survey course, and students deserve exposure to as much of the richness the discipline embraces as is possible within the limited time frame; however, treating all areas fairly requires extensive planning and discipline. Including art and architecture outside the European Tradition within an already full curriculum is a challenge. I have used world religions and sacred spaces as one possible approach. For example, after we study Early Christianity, we address Islam as a religion, the sacred space of Islam—the Mosque, and the decorative arts within the Islamic tradition. Religions and sacred spaces as one possible approach. For example, after we study Early Christianity, we address Islam as a religion, the sacred space of Islam—the Mosque, and the decorative arts within the Islamic tradition.

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note: Be a charector of young (open-end) generation such as alternative music, extreme sport, skin narrative, cyber body (avatar) and etc. Tattoo
note: Be a charector of young (open-end) generation such as alternative music, extreme sport, skin narrative, cyber body (avatar) and etc. Tattoo
tattoo draws more identity and gain up potential of skin narrative to popularity adverstising. This art project will press thumbnail to individual
human skin and complexity embodiment via cybersphere.

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