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History of pre-industrial art and design (6 points)
Synopsis: The aesthetic, spiritual and ideological meaning of works of art and design from pre-classical Greece to the seventeenth century. Forms of production include architecture, furniture, ceramics, painting, sculpture, prints and so on. Links between pre-industrial works and contemporary works of art and design are outlined, and works from non-western cultures are related to the western tradition.
Assessment: Assignments: 70% + Slide test: 30%
Contact Hours: One 2-hour lecture, one 1-hour tutorial and 9 independent study hours per week
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