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ACOM 219 - Decorative Arts


The term “Decorative Arts” is a traditional term for a range of artistic disciplines concerned with the design and ornamentation of objects. This course will be based from the Byzantine movement through the mid-twentieth century. We will investigate a full range of European art including and not limited to furniture, ceramics, metalwork, tapestry, mosaics, glass, sculpture, painting and textiles. Students will be introduced to Decorative Arts through lectures, power point presentations, museum visits and auction house systems culminating in a project where the student will create a museum or gallery exhibition using a collection of objects or assemble of a period room using all elements of design. 3 credits.
3 credits
Prerequisite: ACOM 111-English Composition I



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