Below is some helpful info, and a course description of a new ART class open to all majors.
If you are a prospective internal transfer, please review the departments’ websites and email Elana Logsdon AFTER Nov. 10. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Undergraduate Advisor is only able to see non-majors for registration assistance in major-restricted courses on Nov. 10 (8:30AM-2PM).
How to internally transfer into Department of Art + Art History
VAPA + flag ARH classes
Courses open to non-majors *will be updated soon
ART 379S Death Drive: Total War
Death Drive : Total War is a special topics seminar open to all majors concerned with the return to the inanimate through readings, writing, and making. The seminar aims to study the implications of Freud’s Death Drive, and ultimately find a way of making in response to the onslaught of apocalyptic imagery.
Readings will range from de Sade to Lacan, Malaboue to Kafka etc. etc. Media will include an extensive investigation into Yugoslavian Black Wave Cinema + LarsVonTrier, Jordan Peele, Jonathan Glazer, Ridley Scott, etc etc.
Topics include, primary nature, partial objects, necrosodomy, capitalism, neoliberalism, authoritarianism, dismemberment, omophagia, suicide pacts, plagues, oracles, cyborgs, total war, the apocalypse, etc. etc.
ARH 330J: The Gothic Cathedral Amiens
19515, TTH 9:30-11am, DFA 4.106
Dr. Joan Holladay
Flag: Global Cultures, Writing: VAPA
Fulfills the Europe & The Mediterranean and 400-1500 areas for the BA in ARH
ARH 348P: Art in the Himalayas
19560, TTH 12:30-2pm, DFA 4.106
Dr. Janice Leoshko
Flag: Global Cultures, Writing, Ethics
Fulfills the Asia & Pacific and 400-1500 areas for the BA in ARH degree
ARH 366N: The Fourth Dimension in 20C Art and Culture
19575, TTH 11-12:30pm, ART 3.432
Dr. Linda Henderson
Fulfills the Americas or Europe & The Mediterranean and 1500-Present areas for the BA in ARH degree
ARH 341P Spring 2018 flyer
Spring 2018 ARH COURSE Descriptions
How to internally transfer into Department of Design + how to enroll in major-restricted DES courses
Design in Context: Milan may-mester course has NO pre-requisites! More info, contact Kate Catterall.
Contact Michelle Harris who can assist in registration if needed. Students must e-mail their EID and the course unique to be added.
email@example.com 512 475 7038 DFA 4.124
Elana Logsdon / Associate Academic Advisor / Undergraduate Office
Department of Art + Art History / College of Fine Arts
University of Texas at Austin / DFA 2.530 / 512 475 7718
Please include your UT student EID in all messages.