AR 390 History of the Designed Environ:Mid-19th Century to Present
FA 2009 HO
Beasley, Ardus (Soodie)
Post-Baccalaureate Professional Level Designation in Interior Architecture and Design; Certificate in Appraisal Studies in Fine & Decorative Arts;M.A. in Art HistoryB.A. in Art History
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August 17 - December 11
5:30 - 8:10 PM
Ireland: History of Interior Design
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
for lectures and assignments will be subject to revision!! You are asked to read the
appropriate sections of your textbook for the subjects listed. As well as any
other additional readings assigned. These readings should be completed prior to class. Please study and
review the material continuously. Pay attention and take notes in class. If you
wait, read and cram before an exam, you will perform poorly. Show up to
class. You need to see the slides and understand the information. Do not think
that by copying another student’s notes from missed classes you will understand
the information. One class is equivalent to two classes. Class lectures explain beyond what is in the textbook. This information will serve you well throughout your career.
There will be three (3) ESSAYS and one final presentation (or paper).
Class Participation and Attendance = 75 points
Three (3) Essays = 75 points EACH
Final = 200 points
TOTAL = 500
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Assignments will be accepted up to one week after their due date, but will be penalized one letter grade (10% points).
Students may NOT make up projects missed because of an unexcused absence.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: All cell phones are to be turned off. No secret texting underneath the desk. If you insist on bringing in your laptop to type notes, pay attention and type notes: no checking email, face book, twittering, etc. in class.
& ASSIGNEMTNS TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE CLASS
Era in America
Movement - England
+ Crafts Movement - America
Nouveau - Europe
+ additional handout
Nouveau - UK
Day – LC Tiffany
Nouveau – America
& The Emergence of
Modernism – Louis Sullivan
Movie Day – Frank Lloyd Wright –
Mini Essay Due
1 and 2
Deco – France
Streamline Modern - Design
during the Depression (1930s)
1940s and Hollywood
How the Department Store
Fashioned the Middle Class
+ additional handout
Mid-Century Modern House
532 and 538
Rise of the Interior Decorator - part 1
Rise of the Interior Decorator - part 2
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