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Dedication to Ultramarine

The group of Art History II students making this video explored the artist Vermeer's immersive use of Ultramarine Blue during his short lifetime living in the Netherlands in the 17th Century.

From  June Woest on 12/18/2019 0 likes 0  

Sleepless Nights

Art History I - Student Groups | "Art History Uses Everyday Themes to Tell Stories" Students decided to illustrate a story of the responsibilities of growing up. In this short movie they…

From  June Woest on 12/16/2019 0 likes 0  

No More Cars

Art History I Student Group Story Art History Uses Everyday Themes to Tell Stories Students in the group decided to illustrate their story of fear about driving cars- something they all had in common.

From  June Woest on 12/16/2019 0 likes 0  

Blue in Architecture

Societies and Citizens Inspired by the Color Blue

From  June Woest on 12/15/2019 0 likes 0  

The Shame of it All

Art History I - 1303 Students, Fall 2019 Art History Employs Themes from Everyday Life What everyday theme will you illustrate with images from Art History?

From  June Woest on 12/13/2019 0 likes 0  

A Question of Sincerity

Student Group Presentation for Art History II, 1304, Fall 2019. Students were asked to consider an enduring idea, Art History Tells the Stories of People and Societies Inspired by Color. Working in…

From  June Woest on 12/13/2019 0 likes 0  

Adulting

Art History I - 1303 students practiced teamwork, communication, social responsibility, and critical thinking in order to meet the Creative Arts Core objective requirements. They considered the…

From  June Woest on 12/12/2019 0 likes 0  

Personal Hygiene

Art History I students contemplated the idea that Art History uses everyday themes to tell stories about the function of art in the lives of the artists who made the work. This group of five…

From  June Woest on 09/24/2019 0 likes 0  

Color of Royal

During the semester Art History II students studied works of art from the 1400's through the global present. From a collection of favorite historical works and political leaders in history, here…

From  June Woest on 06/10/2019 1 likes 0  

Everyone Wants to be Remembered

A group of eight students enrolled in Art History II, the Late Gothic Period through the Global Contemporary Period, asked the question, "Who Collects Art"? This video is an example of…

From  June Woest on 05/11/2018 3 likes 0  

Click Away

In small groups, students in Art History 1303 contemplated a big idea over the semester, "Art History Teaches Us Something About Ourselves". After arriving at a 300 word narrative of a…

From  June Woest on 12/16/2017 0 likes 0  

Technology and Youth

First semester Art History students narrate and illustrate with historical masterworks, the responsibilities they feel to a younger generation.

From  June Woest on 09/8/2016 0 likes 0  

One Remarkable Discovery

Art History students tell a story about their identity as a group in their journey of discovery that leads them to the meaning of education through the study of symbolism in historical works of art.

From  June Woest on 09/8/2016 0 likes 0  

Postcards From The Trenches: Germans and Americans Visualize The Great War

An exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First World War through the art created by ordinary soldiers in the trenches co-curated by George Mason University professor Marion Deshmukh.…

From  Ruben Duran on 10/9/2014 0 likes 0  

Introduction to ARTstor

ARTstor Chairman Neil Rudenstine and President James Shulman discuss ARTstor's mission and history. ARTstor is a nonprofit digital library licensed by HCC of more than one million images in the…

From  Ruben Duran on 05/4/2012 0 likes 0