Explore cultures, geographic areas and time periods as you learn about the visual arts in their historical and theoretical contexts.
The major in art history features a global perspective with offerings in both Western and non-Western art. While studying art history, students explore the meaning and functions of the visual arts as created within specific historical, social, political, philosophical and religious contexts. Students also learn to look critically at a work, considering issues such as the character and evolution of form and style, iconography, and underlying ideologies and concepts. Students become familiar with methods of art analysis and the vocabulary needed to discuss and describe works.
Pacific University ceramics students have created a fundraiser to support a local charity, HomePlate Youth. Please consider supporting this event by Nov. 17.
Hugh Alexander '79 has been illustrating for more than 24 years, and is delighted to be bringing his art to Cawein Gallery until November 30.