History of Art HUMN 9022 Online OntarioLearn Email to a Friend OntarioLearn description: This course serves as an introduction to the history of art through a survey of 20th century art, with an overview of works leading into the modern era. The course not only exposes students to great art but also describes the historical context in which it was created. Assignments are interdisciplinary and interactive, allowing students to use various design skills to present their ideas. Problems in visual communications can be solved in a variety of ways; it is often considered wise to look for inspiration in historical models. The 20th century has brought a variety of artistic experiences unparalleled in the history of art. Many great graphic designers have been inspired/influenced by “observing” both past and present examples in all the arts. When combined with our present technology the images created from our exposure to these historical models can be awesome. From the futurists or the constructivists; Warhol to Graves; classical Greeks to post-modern, graphic designers have the opportunity to create award winning designs whether it be for advertising, packaging, financial reports or newspaper advertising because of this rich source of information available to them. Note(s) This is an online course delivered via OntarioLearn. Please ensure you are familiar with the basic technology requirements for OntarioLearn online courses. Teacher support (via email) and technical support (via phone) will be available for this course. Contact Information 416-415-5000, ext. 6543 firstname.lastname@example.org Course Section(s) Available Class dates and registration for the upcoming year (September 2017 to August 2018) will be available on this website in early July 2017. Please visit this page again at that time. Some courses require you to purchase a textbook. The cost of the textbook is not included in the course fee unless otherwise indicated. If there is a textbook assigned for this course, it will be listed on the bookstore website.