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Art History Schedule of Activities

Hi class, this is the schedule of activities that I revised for the semester. The date and topic for reports are indicated here.

Art History Schedule of Activities

Since the SSC Library is still closed, I found a PDF version of a book that we can use. Robert Cumming’s Eyewitness Companion to Art will do for now. This is downloadable in my 4shared account. Just copy and paste this link: http://www.4shared.com/document/vlw087u1/Robert_Cumming_-_Eyewitness_Co.html

Once the Library is open, you can access Gardner’s Art Through the Ages and Janson’s History of Art.

For those reporting on Early and Pre-Historic Art (Group 4), you can actually use this website as a reference. (Click Humanities 101 Category.) If you would search my early posts, I have powerpoint presentations on the topic. I don’t need to tell you that you have to make your own presentation, but you can use mine as a reference. If you have any question, you know my email address. Or you can comment on this post.

See you in class!

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