ARC Fine Art Department
Art History
ARC’s Art History courses transfer to the UC and CSU systems. They also fulfill humanities requirements for a general education degree. Each Art History course is 3 hours per week, 3 units and doesn’t require any art making. If humans did it, there’s an artwork about it. So the real subject matter of Art History is the history of human endeavor itself…with some nudity.

Courses
ARTH300 Introduction to Art: a fast-paced survey of different art styles, mediums and periods, mostly for non-art majors

ARTH302 Ancient Art: the beginning of art, cave paintings through the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Middle Ages and the Gothic period

ARTH308 Renaissance Art: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and all the great European and American artists from the 14th -19th centuries

ARTH310 Modern Art History: Picasso, Dali, Warhol, Kahlo and other important artists from the late 19th and 20th centuries

ARTH322 Non-Western Art History: China, Africa, India and other great Eastern cultures

ARTH333 Middle-Eastern Art History: our new class taught by our expert on the region

ARTH334 International Contemporary Art: everything that’s cool in art from 1980 to the present, but on a global basis

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