ARTH 230 Black Art and Visual Culture in the U.S. 1850 - Present

The course examines the shifting constructs of race, power, and representation in American art and mass media from the colonial era to the present day. Its primary focus will be an analysis of works produced by Black American artists, but students will also examine how white artists and intellectuals have attempted to define and represent blackness" from the 19th to the 21st century."




ARTH 102 or ART 116


Offered on occasion