AP Art History

If you are interested in taking AP Art History, all incoming 10-12th graders are welcome! It’s recommended that you have successfully taken Honors World Studies, British Lit, or AP Euro, but NOT required. Students with a disciplined work ethic and who have an interest in art, architecture, history, and/or world cultures are encouraged to join! NOTE: APAH is a Credit Plus Course!

Watch this quick APAH PROMO video

This video by the Tate Museum of Modern Art (tate.org) best explains why you should enroll! Questions? email mandytucker@iusd.org

 

Back to the beginning… Unit 1: Prehistoric, Ancient Near East, Egypt, & Africa

ARGENTINA Patagonia Cueva de las Manos Cave of the Hands.  Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands in red black and orange 13 000 to 9 500 years old.
ARGENTINA Patagonia Cueva de las Manos Cave of the Hands. Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands in red black and orange 13 000 to 9 500 years old.

 

FABULOUS Field trip to Frank Gehry’s Disney Concert Hall, MOCA, a stop by Houdon’s George Washington sculpture in Grand Central Park, a “dip” into the Metro to check out mosaics after Faith Ringgold painting, and the onto the Norton Simon Museum.

UGH! So maybe we have been a little busy… We are now on the last –Unit 9: Art/Architecture of the 20th & 21st Century. This means it’s a great time to share some of my faves (bias!):

Current Topic: Unit 1= Prehistoric, Ancient Near East, Egypt & Africa

ARGENTINA Patagonia Cueva de las Manos Cave of the Hands.  Prehistoric rock paintings of human hands in red black and orange 13 000 to 9 500 years old.

Please email mandytucker@iusd.org for further info regarding the APAH course ah_syllabus_19-20

 

Art Appreciators…

when your former students send you pics like this… because they GET IT!

Perhaps this suggests they have an excellent art education and are AWARE that art is everywhere 🙂

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Image by @the.pinklemonade. Thank you Gina K for the share!