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DOCUMENT: SYLLABUS DOCUMENT NO.

: CEAS-SYL-____ DATE OF EFFECTIVITY: JUNE 17, 2013

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COURSE DESCRIPTION The course is a critical exploration of various art forms as products of creative imagination in dynamic interaction with societies and cultures. It aims to make students develop critical and analytical sensitivity towards higher aesthetic sensibility. It also aims to develop students deeper awareness and understanding towards various arts in relation with their socio-historical and cultural context; and see its relevance to their everyday lives. PRE-PREQUISITE None

GENERAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, the students shall be able to: Cognitive: 1. Explain the basic concepts and principles in art appreciation from art production to art criticism; 2. Identify and critically analyze the cultural inclination of arts in various societies and epochs; 3. Classify various art forms based on cultures where they came from and recognize interweaving aesthetics of such with our own ; Affective: 1. Appreciate various art works based on personal and formal form of analysis; 2. React with the revolutions that occurred in the arts vis--vis cultures and societies; 3. Exemplify deeper understanding of various arts and cultures through class activities and project; Psychomotor: 1. Participate in art activities which they may exalt their interpersonal and intrapersonal skills; 2. Contribute in the pedagogy of arts and humanities through activities performed in and out the classroom.

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DOCUMENT: SYLLABUS DOCUMENT NO.: CEAS-SYL-____ DATE OF EFFECTIVITY: JUNE 17, 2013

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VALUES TO BE DEVELOPED 1. Trustworthiness 2. Self-discipline 3. Respect 4. Compassion 5. Industrious 6. Nationalism 7. Resilience 8. Artistry 9. Creativity 10. Multi-Culturalism

CREDIT: 3 Units TIME ALLOTMENT: 3 hours lecture every week

COURSE REQUIREMENTS 1. Regular class attendance; reading of assigned text and other materials 2. Active participation in oral activities, discussions, and group dynamics 3. Art production activities which may vary based on the instructors preference 4. Quizzes and three (3) major exams 5. Reaction/ Critique Paper for: a) museum visit, b) film viewing, c) theatrical play viewing 6. Attending an Art Exhibition and/ or Art Performance such as Theatrical Play COURSE EVALUATION GRADING SYSTEM Class Standing Requirement - Quizzes 20% - Attendance 5% - Home/Classwork 20% - Recitation 15% Periodic/Major Exam Total per term NU-ISO-001 60% Division of Final Grade Prelim 30% Midterm 30% Final 40% TOTAL 100% Scoring Rubrics for Critique Papers: Presentation of Data (depth of research) Analysis (utilization of theories) Citation of Sources (in-text and bibliography) Grammar and Sentence Construction Total 35% 35% 20% 10% 100%

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DOCUMENT: SYLLABUS DOCUMENT NO.: CEAS-SYL-____ DATE OF EFFECTIVITY: JUNE 17, 2013

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COURSE CONTENTS PART I. INTRODUCTION TO ARTS AND HUMANITIES WEEK # 13 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Identify the basic principles about art production and criticism React to various perspectives toward arts and humanities Western and non- Western notions Demonstrate basic art appreciation ideologies through formal and informal analyses and discussions TOPIC What is Art? Basic Elements in Art Dichotomy between Western and Non- Western Art Alice Guillermos Four Planes of Analysis ACTIVITY Discuss syllabus and course outline, class requirements, class rules, and class expectations Interactive discussion Classroom discussion regarding the basic theories that is needed for art appreciation Sharing/ discussion INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL Course Syllabus Reading Material PPT Presentations EVALUATIVE MEASURE Recitation reflecting on both personal and formal forms of art appreciation Art criticism drills where students may apply the basic planes of analysis in the art realm Quizzes which may gear towards deeper understanding with various elements and principles

PART II. PAINTING 46 At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Name notable painters, NU-ISO-001 Basic Principles and Elements of Painting Art Movements from Classical to ISO FORM Discussion regarding the basic principles and elements in painting Textbook PPT Presentations Interactive discussion which may reflect as an informal recitation

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paintings, and art movements in the history Criticize artworks utilizing the theories learned in class Create paintings or drawings and reflect on the crucial role art works play in social and cultural context

Modernism Philippine paintings vis--vis Foreign paintings

Explain notable painters and paintings in both Western and NonWestern realm Provide art trivia in class Art criticism and appreciation drills directed to various paintings shown in class

Slideshow Magazine and Newspaper Images Painting materials for hands- on activity

Interpreting artworks based on various context and perspectives Art production activity Prelim Examination

PART III. SCULPTURE 79 At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Link the art movements discussed in part two with the departure of sculptural techniques in the history Note important sculptors in the history Criticize sculptures utilizing theories learned in class, reflecting it with both social and cultural context Experience actual art forms NU-ISO-001 ISO FORM Basic principles and elements of sculpture Sculptural techniques based on the period or origin of such sculptures (refer to part two of the syllabus for the art movements) Discuss various sculptural works within the Philippines Discussion regarding the basic principles and elements of sculpture relating it with the art movements discussed in part two Home works Provide art trivia in class Art criticism and appreciation drills Textbook PPT Presentations Slideshow Magazine and Newspaper Images Interactive discussion which may reflect as an informal recitation Interpreting artworks based on various context and perspectives Reaction or Critique Paper Museum Visit

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through museum visit and be able to share realizations during class discussion

PART IV. ARCHITECTURE 10 12 At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Note important architects, innovations, and techniques in the field of architecture Criticize architectural innovations in response with the art movements previously discussed Debate on Western and nonWestern architectures reflecting on the social, historical, and cultural context of such art works Basic principles and elements in architecture Architectural techniques and innovations Comparison between Western and non-Western architectures Philippine architectures such as the Bahay Kubo and Bahay na Bato Discussion reflecting with the principles, elements, techniques, and innovations Provide trivia in class Home works Art appreciation and criticism drills Debates integrating parts one, two, and three Textbook Online resources Newspaper/Magazine Articles PPT Presentation Film viewing fusing painting, sculpture, and architecture The Name of the Rose Interactive discussion which may reflect as an informal recitation Interpreting artworks based on various context and perspectives Art production activity Individual Report on any art form or the like Midterm Examination

PART V. MUSIC, THEATER ARTS, AND CINEMA

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At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Classify such art forms based on the basic principles, ideologies, and techniques Identify notable artists in these art fields Appreciate the social, cultural, and historical context of such art works Conduct research on a specific indigenous art practice and reflect on it through a reaction paper

Basic principles, elements, and structures in music, theater arts, and cinema Notable artists in the given art fields Comparison of such arts between cultures Indigenous art practices

Art appreciation and criticism drills Class group works

Textbook Online resources

Art production activities play/ role play Recitation

PPT Presentation Home works Audio Visual (Theater/ Play viewing) Film viewing Reaction/ Critique Paper

PART VI. TECHNOLOGY: MASS MEDIA AND HYPER MEDIA 16 18 At the end of this module, the students shall be able to: Explain how the arts can be perceived in the technological era Deepen understanding with regard to the role of arts in NU-ISO-001 Utilization of art theories discussed in class in relation with the mass and hyper media arts Popular art forms seen in such form Framing and re-framing of the arts in mass and hyper media Art appreciation and criticism drills Art production activities in line with the mass and hyper media realm Provide trivia in class Textbook Online resources Newspaper and magazine images and advertisement PPT Presentations ISO FORM Recitation Art production activity Final Examination

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both mass and hypermedia in relation with the societies and cultures Create art works that can be notably seen in the said media

Home works Construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of arts in mass and hyper media such as spoofing Audio Visual

TEXTBOOK: Fajardo, Brenda V., Veronica E. Ramirez, and Mairene A. Leynes. Minding the Arts: Art Appreciation for College. Malabon City: Mutya Publishing House, Inc., 2009. SUPPLEMENTARY READING MATERIALS: Datuin, Flaudette et. al. Art and Society. Quezon City: University of the Philippines, 1997. De Leon, Felipe Jr. Towards A Participatory Culture: The Re-Enchantment of Art. (Essay) ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS: Berger, John. Ways of Seeing. Retrieved 20 May 2013. <http://v5.books.elsevier.com/bookscat/samples/9780240516523/9780240516523.PDF> Guillermo, Alice. Reading the Image. Retrieved: 20 May 2013. (hard bound also available; Image to Meaning: Essays on Philippine Art. Vol. 1, 2001. <http://asymptotik.net/artweb/reading_the_image_1.html>; <http://asymptotik.net/artweb/reading_the_image_2.html>; <http://asymptotik.net/artweb/reading_the_image_3.html>

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Other reading materials will be provided by the instructor based on his/ her preference. *Consultations must be done at the Faculty Room beyond class hours depending on the instructors availability. *Art activities that will be performed and conducted in class are all subjected to the instructors specialization and expertise.

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MR. HEMERSON S. DIMACALE Faculty, Humanities and Communications

DR. ROEL U. HERNANDEZ Director, Humanities and Communications

DR. ROWENA R. DE GUZMAN Dean, College of Education, Arts and Sciences

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