Art History and Film

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Course No: 58.370; Last Offered: Summer 2012;

Course Description

Examination of issues of content, theory and criticism in the traditional, modern and contemporary lives of artists; autobiographies, biographies and historiographies as source of filmic expression. Focus on the interpretation and transformation of art historical records into filmic vision as revealed in set and costume design, music, camera technique and other aesthetic elements of film, as well as how such elements function to extend and convey directorial vision to movements in art history.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: 58.203 and 58.204 or permission of instructor.
  • Special Notes: AH
  • Credits: 3;

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