FIF 163 - Art History: Prehistory to the Early Christian Period
UCalgary Continuing Education
Focus on the history of art from Prehistoric times through the Early Middle Ages, including sculpture, painting and architecture.This course will explain significant historical and cultural influences on the development of art in western civilization and will focus on Prehistoric cave art, Mesopotamian temples, Egyptian pyramids, Minoan palaces, historical culture behind the Ilian and the Trojan war, Classical Athens, Roman arts and the destruction of the city of Pompeii, early Christian catacombs, Byzantine churches and mosaics. Discover the beginnings of civilizations and immerse yourself into the ancient past.
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FIF 163 - 006 - Art History Survey: Prehistory to the Early Christian Period
The University of Calgary main campus is located at 2500 University Drive NW.
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Classes meet at the Main Campus, Downtown Campus, or at a designated off-campus location.
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Marina Fischer, MA
Marina Fischer, MA, studied history of art, classics and ancient history at the University of Calgary. Her research and interests focus on art, architecture, ancient world, numismatics, early Christianity, and gender studies. Marina works as Collection Specialist at Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, and shares her passion for teaching through her Continuing Education courses. Marina is also the winner of the Award for Continuing and Professional Education award, 2018 Teaching Awards at University of Calgary.
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