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21. Art Update - FALL, 2000
The art Update is published weekly by the School of art, Design and art history at San Diego to parttime art history faculty member Allyson Williams
The Art Update is published weekly by the School of Art, Design and Art History at San Diego State University.
INCLUSION IN ART UPDATE If you would like any information, professional activities, etc. included in the Art Update which is published each Monday during the academic year please submit information to Dave Camberg by Noon the preceding Friday. Please send submission or comments to:
Comments? Submissions? Please send email to:
Dave Camberg:
Art Office:
Previous editions of the Art Update: Spring 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001 Fall 2000 ... Spring 2000
There are no meetings scheduled at this time.
Reminder to all those scheduling meetings (including Area Meetings) to submit the following for inclusion in the Update: name, date, time and location. Thank you. CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to Richard Burkett and Tina Yapelli who have been informed that they were selected as
recipients of RSCA awards this year, and to Hiroko Johnson who has been granted a Faculty Development Program award.

22. Humboldt: Theatre Arts Courses
Various genres, in relation to aesthetics of film art. and critical approaches; thecollaborative process and 3). Emphases from film history, theory, aesthetics
Theatre Arts
THEA 103. Dance Techniques I (3) FS. Use contemporary dance as base for exploring dance as art form. Full-body technique, mind-body integration, and creative methods and structures. American dance pioneers. Rep. GE. THEA 103B. Dance Techniques II (3) F. Continue using contemporary dance forms to increase technical proficiency, endurance, and performance. Focus on collaborative work. Required for dance studies majors and dance minors. Prereq: THEA 103 or IA. Rep. GE. THEA 103C. Dance Techniques III (3). Continued study and development of dance techniques and performance skills at the advanced level. Required for dance studies majors. Prereq: THEA 103B or IA. Rep. GE. THEA 104. Art of Theatre (3) F. What is theatre? Thought-provoking environment in which to observe, discover, and experience various aspects of theatre arts. THEA 105. Acting (3) FS. Theatre games, improvisation, movement, and voice. Techniques applicable first to the individual and second to principles of performance in film and theatre. (CAN DRAM 8) THEA 106. Behind the Scenes in Theatre

23. Humboldt: Art Courses
course descriptions in art art 104B. Ancient art (3). Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Aegean, Latin American art (3). history of art in Mexico, Central (CAN art 12). art 110. art history Foundation (3).
ART 104B. Ancient Art (3). Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Aegean, Greek, and Roman art. ART 104C. Medieval Art (3). Early Christian, Byzantine, early medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art. ART 104F. Renaissance Art (3). Italian and Northern European artists during the Renaissance. ART 104G. Baroque Art (3). Rubens, Rembrandt, other artists, 1600-1750. ART 104H. 19th Century Art (3). European 19th century art in painting and sculpture. Major artists from Goya to van Gogh, from Turner to Monet. ART 104I. 20th Century Art (3). Survey of painting and sculpture in the 20th century. ART 104J. Art in the United States (3). Colonial period to present: major artists, stylistic movements, and cultural trends. Begin to understand the history of ideas in the US and, by extension, the basis for one's own attitudes about art and society. ART 104K. Introduction to Tribal Art (3). African, Native American, and Oceanic art, emphasizing various approaches to, and concepts of, art in these cultural regions. GE, DCG.

24. Forum Of The Information System On Cultural Properties And Art In
Project (MIP), a department of Information Systems and Technology, is a collaborativeeffort at the The Online Museum of Singapore art history http//www
Click here for the Japanese version
Forum of the Information System on Cultural Properties and Art in Japan
Reference Materials
  • Informations on the Internet
  • Printed Matter (in Japanese)
    Informations on the Internet
    By International Organizations
      The International Committee for Documentation of the International Council of Museums CIDOC is the international focus for the documentation interests of museums and related organizations. It has over 750 members in 60 countries.
      International Council on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS is an international organization of professionals dedicated to the conservation of the world's historic monuments and sites.
      The International Council of Museums: Virtual Library museums pages

      United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization WHIN is a clearinghouse for information about World Heritage sites.
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    the yellow one 10/2/99 new collaborative design site and a critical moment in worldhistory brought together on tutorials on making your own 3d art, and links

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    • Artistica
      It seeks at exposing those who create in this new medium.
      Mad in Pursuit
      "I'm trying to find my voice, not trying to please. If you think you know me, you don't. If you find me, you have to be my friend forever." Vagabunda "a fun women's travel webzine - the celebration of travel, adventures, experiences, and freedom" less rain multitudinous, multinational multi-complex multimedia collective Australian INfront Links to edgey Australian design and art, plus collaborative visual art projects. Ferry Halim - Web Designer Web designer's portfolio site with Flash intro movie and 3D style navigation menu. "joy from the simple act of publishing for an audience, no matter how small it is" ask your mom if you can come over and play...if you have this unfulfilled need to 'let it all hang out...' maybe you wanna hang it out here a place for first-love stories drububu design very original site with cool javascripts and java applets [photography] gallery of Japanese photographer Haruki Kawakami spinsugar A site about a girl. A boring girl, of 17 years, who enjoys expressing herself through her page, even if no one is listening.

    26. Voyages: Web Sites On Teaching Introductory Astronomy
    A brief collection of syllabi for history of science U. suggest a type of collaborativegroup activity in by subject; includes astronomy and art, music, poetry
    Web Sites on Teaching Introductory Astronomy by Andrew Fraknoi
    [Version 1.3; Jan. 2000]
    Contact the author at: or Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022. 1. Collections of Course Syllabi and Descriptions 2. Suggestions for Better Teaching Approaches
    • Excellence in Teaching AAS Education Coordinator Doug Duncan has summarized some important issues and techniques in teaching basic science classes, based both on current research into teaching and learning and on his own experiences as a teacher. Good site for a beginning instructor. Collaborative Learning Page

    27. Nat'l Academy Press, Resources For Teaching Elementary School Science (1996), 9.
    museum, integrating areas of science, art, and society including semester or yearlongcollaborative programs. cen- ter; focused on natural history, physi- cal
    ~Ll ~ ~M U S E UM S P ~ A C E S ''Museums and Other Places to Visit'' identifies and provides information about local facilities that can enrich hands-on science pro...
    Resources for Teaching Elementary School Science
    National Academy of Sciences
    more titles from NAS
    Related Books

    Openbook Linked Table of Contents Front Matter, pp. i-v Contents, pp. vi-viii Foreword, pp. ix-x Preface, pp. xi-xii Acknowledgments, pp. xiii-xv PART 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE GUIDE..., pp. xvi- PART 2. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCIENCE..., pp. 1-9 Part 2 Overview, pp. 10-13 1. Life Science, pp. 14-47 2. Earth Science, pp. 48-67 3. Physical Science, pp. 68-95 4. Multidisciplinary and Applied ..., pp. 96-121 5. Curriculum Projects Past and P..., pp. 122-129 PART 3. TEACHER'S REFERENCES, pp. 130-131 Part 3 Overview, pp. 132-133 6. Books on Teaching Science, pp. 134-147 7. Science Book Lists and Resourc..., pp. 148-155 8. Periodicals, pp. 156-164 PART 4. ANCILLARY RESOURCES FOR E..., pp. 165- Part 4 Overview, pp. 166-167 9. Museums and Other Places to Vi..., pp. 168-221

    28. Summer Survey
    Course Preference Survey
    In recent years, Summer Term has become a valuable option for students seeking the opportunity to accelerate a degree program, enhance career skills and choices, or to simply concentrate on a difficult course. To better serve your needs during the Summer Term, we ask that you take a few minutes to complete this survey. You may only choose one response for each answer. However, you may request different courses by completing the survey more than once. You must select a schedule and submit a valid e-mail address for the survey to process accurately. What specific course are you interested in for Summer?
    (Courses are listed alphabetically, click on the box and type
    "A" for ACCT, "B" for BIOL, "C" for COMM, etc.) Select CourseNum, CourseTitle From tblCourses #CourseNum# #CourseTitle# Look up the course description to get more information about a course.
    Please indicate your preference of a summer schedule by choosing one of the following options.
    Session A
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    May - June MTWRF MTWR MWF TRS 7:30 am - 9:20 am-A
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    Sat Class meets 9am-12pm 9:30 am - 11:20 am-A 9:30 am - 11:35 am-A 11:50 am - 1:40 pm-A 11:45 am - 1:50 pm-A 2:00 pm - 3:50 pm-A Session B 8 weeks May - June MW TR S 4:30 pm - 7:10 pm-B 4:30 pm - 7:10 pm-B 9:00 am - 1:40 pm-B 7:20 pm - 10:00 pm-B 7:20 pm - 10:00 pm-B Session C 5 Weeks July - August MTWRF MTWR MWF TRS 7:30 am - 9:20 am-C 7:15 am - 9:20 am-C 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm-C 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm-C Sat Class meets 9am-12pm

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