Monday, February 8, 2016

Landscape Photography Elective for Spring 2016

Illustration: Domenichino: Landscape with Tobias Laying Hold of the Fish, c. 1615 (aka, The Birth of Catfish Noodling)
Create a cohesive portfolio of original landscape images while studying the roots of the genre in painting, literature, poetry, music, film, and photography, along with its contemporary practice. Where do our ideas about landscape come from? What makes a landscape beautiful (or not)? How does landscape-as-art reflect (and influence) our changing ideas and attitudes about nature, culture, religion, aesthetics? Classes offered Mondays and Wednsdays at 2:00 p.m. with Professor Steve Mosch. Questions:

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