Over the past two blocks, Victoria Ehrlich has led me and 15 other students on a journey through the history of western art. It has been a fun and eye opening experience that has shown us all how art has developed into what it is today, as well as the politics that surround the art sphere. To conclude our First Year Experience in AH112, each one of us has created a presentation on our final papers. These presentations have honestly been one of my favorite portions of the class. They have allowed each student to show how we have gone from knowing so little about the evolution of art of the Western world, to now understanding most aspects of almost all past art movements. We’re able to show each other what aspects of art we are most passionate about, and why they are meaningful in our own lives. We have a new passion and understanding of art that I hope everyone will be able to experience someday. Art makes up a huge portion of our daily lives, and being able to value it and have a better understanding of what artworks are trying to convey makes life so much more rich and exciting.
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Hello everyone! My name is Genaveve Davis, and I'm a junior from Tucson, Arizona. I am currently studying sociology and museum studies. I can't begin to explain how much I have enjoyed and valued my time here at CC. This block, I will be taking Professor Seid's Women in Film course and am beyond excited to be sharing my experience with all of you. View more posts