School of Extended Studies

AUDIT OPPORTUNITIES

Survey of 19th Century Art

This course will provide a survey of nineteenth-century practices and media in Western art within their social, political and philosophical contexts. Class limit is 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: September 05 2017

Course Code: ESAH-2010   [Register Now]

Instructor: David Howard

Site: D440, 5163 Duke Street

Date / Time:   Sep 06 - Dec 13, MW 11:00am-12:30pm 17/09/06   ( sessions)

Tuition: $ 350.00 + HST



Survey of 20th Century Art

This course will provide a survey of twentieth-century practices and media in Western art within their social, political and philosophical contexts. Class limit is 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: September 06 2017

Course Code: ESAH-2020   [Register Now]

Instructor: Jayne Wark

Site: D440, 5163 Duke Street

Date / Time:   Sep 07 - Dec 14, Th 9:00am-12:00pm 17/09/07 for 15wks   (15 sessions)

Tuition: $ 350.00 + HST



Craft and Design History (1750-1950)

This course is a study of Western craft and design tradition and innovations from the mid-eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Class limit is 5.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: September 11 2017

Course Code: ESAH-2120   [Register Now]

Instructor: Sandra Alfoldy

Site: D440, 5163 Duke Street

Date / Time:   Sep 12 - Dec 12, T 1:00pm-4:00pm 17/09/12   ( sessions)

Tuition: $ 350.00 + HST



Renaissance and Baroque

Art of the Renaissance Period represents a distinct shift in both art and architecture from the preceding Gothic period, a shift that was recognized by contemporary scholars and artists at that time. The impetus behind Renaissance works was a conscious effort to look to the constructed works and writings of ancient Greece and Rome in order to recreate what was perceived as an artistic golden age. Works of the Baroque Period are both a continuation and evolution of the academic and artistic pursuits of the Renaissance. Although the term "Baroque" encompasses many complex ideas, in general, artists in the 17th century embraced greater naturalism and dynamism in their works, while subject matter was influenced by factors such as the Counter-Reformation and the patronage of an emerging wealthy merchant class. In this class, students will be introduced to paintings, sculpture, and architecture of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Students will learn how to "read" these works of art while placing them within the historical moment of their creation.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: September 11 2017

Course Code: ESAH-2703   [Register Now]

Instructor: Elizabeth Loeffler

Site: A208, 1649 Brunswick Street

Date / Time:   Sep 12 - Dec 12, T 6:00pm-9:00pm 17/09/12 for 14wks   (14 sessions)

Tuition: $ 350.00 + HST



Film History and Criticism 1890-1945

An introduction to the history, analysis and criticism of film from 1890 to 1945, including early experiments in filmmaking and film exhibition, the development of sound and colour technologies, through to the rise of feature-length narrative and the consolidation of genre and the Hollywood studio system.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: September 12 2017

Course Code: ESAH-2800   [Register Now]

Instructor: Greg Canning

Site: A208, 1649 Brunswick Street, 1649 Brunswick Street

Date / Time:   Sep 12 - Dec 12, Tues, Sept 12 -Dec12, 8:30AM - 12:30PM   (14 sessions)

Tuition: $ 350 + HST



Contact us:
extendedstudies@nscad.ca
T 902 494-8185

Mailing Address:
5163 Duke Street
Halifax, NS  B3J 3J6

Office Address:
5163 Duke Street
4th Floor, Student Accounts
Halifax, NS

Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:30am-4pm