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Art Appreciation Classes

Hi! We finally met. Here are some important links that you need:

Art Appreciation Schedule of Activities

Art Appreciation Syllabus

For the ebook, you need to download it from my 4shared account. Just copy the URL and paste it on your browser.

John Berger’s Ways of Seeing:

http://www.4shared.com/document/ntnlXQ5I/Berger_John_Ways_Of_Seeing.html

Robert Cumming’s Eyewitness Companion to ART:

http://www.4shared.com/document/vlw087u1/Robert_Cumming_-_Eyewitness_Co.html

By the time you read this post, we would’ve settled the groupings, dates and topics for reports, so you can just update the schedule.

Don’t forget to read Berger’s book, you have 2 weeks for this as we would be watching a film next meeting. See you in class!

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