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Art History Renaissance to 20th Century

A basic level survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture.
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Video: 71h 31m
Language: English
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Description

This course now has professionally created captions in English on 98% of all the videos.
This is part one of a year-long college-level survey course in art history. This course covers art history from the European Renaissance around 1300 A.D. until the Mid 20th Century
This course is designed as a basic college-level survey of art history. I provide an online textbook as well as study guides and worksheets.  This course covers the language used to discuss art.  A complete overview of art, culture, and architecture from the Renaissance to the 1950s. 
Each work is covered in depth, the works physical or formal properties are discussed such as technology used to create the work, color, medium, materials, composition, and shading.
The symbolism of each work is discussed and how to interpret the interrelationship of symbols in a work of art. 

This course is the actual content of a course I teach at an accredited college in California called Ohlone college.
I designed this course as a series of clear, non-jargon laden video lectures and texts designed to help any student who wants to pass AP art history and or any beginning level art history survey course.

You will learn

✓ Pass any basic level art history class at the college level.
✓ Go to museums and art galleries and really understand what you are looking at.

Requirements

• Just the internet and a browser.

This course is for

• Students who are having a hard time in art history. AP Art History students should take this and people who are curious about the arts.

How much does the Art History Renaissance to 20th Century course cost? Is it worth it?

The course costs $13.99. And currently there is a 44% discount on the original price of the course, which was $24.99. So you save $11 if you enroll the course now.
The average price is $13.4 of 86 Art History courses. So this course is 4% more expensive than the average Art History course on Udemy.

Does the Art History Renaissance to 20th Century course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, Art History Renaissance to 20th Century has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

Currently we could not find a scholarship for the Art History Renaissance to 20th Century course, but there is a $11 discount from the original price ($24.99). So the current price is just $13.99.

Who is the instructor? Is Kenney Mencher a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Kenney Mencher has created 2 courses that got 1,983 reviews which are generally positive. Kenney Mencher has taught 15,681 students and received a 4.4 average review out of 1,983 reviews. Depending on the information available, Kenney Mencher is a TRUSTED instructor.
Professor Kenney Mencher Art Educator
Hi!  I’m Kenney Mencher.  I am a semi retired professor of  Art and Art History from Ohlone College in Fremont.  (Now I’m a full time artist and I teach part time at West Valley College in Saratoga California.) My lecture style is casual and clear.  I don’t believe in using a lot of jargon or overly complicated language.  Here’s the rest of the stuff you light like to know about me:Resume:  KENNEY MENCHER  EDUCATION     1993-1995  University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH  MFA Painting  1991-1994 University  of California, Davis, CA  MA Art History -Thesis  Title:  “Vampires, the Audiences  they Consume.”  1988-1991 City University  of New York, Bronx, NY  Magna Cum Laude; BA  Art History  1985-1986 University  of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH  & Spring 1988  1981-1985 Art Students’  League, Manhattan, NY  1978-1982 Art &  Design High School, Manhattan, NYEMPLOYMENT     2019-Present Instructor Art History, West Valley College, Saratoga, California1999-2016  Professor of Art & Art History, Ohlone College, Fremont, California  1998-1999 Instructor  of Art History & Western Civilization,  San Francisco University  High School  1996-1998 Assistant  Professor of Art & Art History, Texas A&M University, Laredo,  TX  1995-1996 Curator  of Visual Resources, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL  1995-1996 Adjunct  Instructor, University of Chicago, IL  EXHIBITIONS: Solo and  Two Person  2012  Ohlone College, Fremont CA  Renovated  Reputations: Paintings, Installation  and Mixed Media by Kenney Mencher  with publication edited by the artist.  (Solo)  2012  Elliott Fouts Gallery, Sacramento CA  Renovated  Reputations: Paintings, Installation  and Mixed Media by Kenney Mencher  with publication edited by the artist.  (Solo)  2012  Santa Clara University, Santa Clara CA  Renovated  Reputations: Paintings, Installation  and Mixed Media by Kenney Mencher  with publication edited by the artist.  (Solo)  2012  Art Museum of Los Gatos, Los Gatos CA   Renovated  Reputations: Paintings, Installation  and Mixed Media by Kenney Mencher  with publication edited by the artist.  (Solo)  2011  ArtHaus Gallery, San Francisco, CA   Renovated  Reputations: Paintings, Installation  and Mixed Media by Kenney Mencher  with publication edited by the artist.  (Solo)  2009  ArtHaus Gallery, San Francisco, CA   In  Black and White: Monochromatic Paintings by Kenney Mencher and Caroline  Meyer  2009  Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas  Cool  Shades, Kenney Mencher and Linda Sheets  2008  Art Museum of Los Gatos, California Sex, Politics and Misogyny Peter Langenbach  and Kenney Mencher  2008  Sequential Art Gallery, Portland, Oregon  Cads  and Coquettes  (Solo)  2008  Varnish Fine Art, San Francisco, California  Lovers  and Liars  (Solo)  2007  Elliott Fouts Gallery, Sacramento, CA  Faces  and Farces  (Solo)  2007  Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas  The  Return of the Maltese Falcon  (Solo)  2007  Gallery 2611, Redwood City, California  Clichés  and Characters  (Solo)  2006  Klaudia Marr Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico  Kenney  Mencher: Recent Work  (Solo)  2006  Elliott Fouts Gallery, Sacramento, CA  Apperceptions  and Allegories  (Solo)  2006  Norton Studio Gallery, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA  Being  There  (Solo)  2006  Esteban  Sabar Gallery, Oakland, CA  Similes and Sayings  (Solo Show)  2006  Boehm Gallery,  Palomar College, San Marcos, CA  Mixed Metaphors  (Solo Show)  2005  Dig Fine  Art, Providence, RI  Clichés  & Proverbs  (Solo Show)  2005 Elliott Fouts  Gallery, Sacramento, CA  Hamlettes on Wry  (Solo Show)  2005 Mountain View  Center for the Performing Arts, Mountain View, CA  (Solo Show)  2004 Louie-Meager Art  Gallery, Gary Soren Smith Center, Ohlone College, CA  Dress Code  (Solo Show)  2004  STRS Gallery,  Sacramento, CA  2002  Louie Art  Gallery, Ohlone College,  Fremont, CA  Too Knew: Kathryn  Frank and Kenney Mencher  2001  Craighead-Green,  Dallas, TX  Kenney Mencher  and Connie Connally  1997 Laredo Community  College, Laredo, TX  Art Department Teaching  Gallery  Relationships  (Solo Show)  1997 Laredo Center  for the Arts, Laredo, TX  Noir Images  (Solo Show)  1994 Brody Gallery,  University of Cincinnati, OH  Androgynous Paintings  of V.  (Solo Show)  1993 Garden Gallery,  Sacramento, CA  California Landscapes  (Solo Show)EXHIBITIONS:  GROUP  2011  ArtHaus Gallery, San Francisco, CA   The  Men’s Room  2010 Elliott Fouts  Gallery, Sacramento, CA   Go Figure  2010 ArtHaus Gallery,  San Francisco, California,   Resurgence  2008 ArtHaus Gallery,  San Francisco,   California Figurative  Works by Gallery and Guest Artists  2007 Klaudia Marr,  Santa Fe, NM 14th   14th Annual Realism  Invitational 2007  2006 Klaudia Marr,  Santa Fe, NM  13th Annual  Realism Invitational  2006  Triton Art  Museum, Santa Clara, CA  Beyond the Likeness:  Self Portraits by California Artists  2006 Isadore  Gallery, Lancaster, PA  The  Go Figure Show: Artistic Interpretation of Figure Elements  2005 Klaudia Marr,  Santa Fe, NM   12th Annual  Realism Invitational  2005  Blue Line  Gallery, Atlanta, GA   Grand Opening  Group Show  2004 Craighead-Green,  Dallas, TX  2004  Red Ink  Studio, San Jose, CA  2003 Hang Gallery Palo  Alto, CA  One More Thing  Before I Go  2003 Hang Gallery San  Francisco, CA  Can’t Sleep  2002  Hang Gallery  San Francisco, CA  Small Works  2002 The Canvas Gallery,  San Francisco, CA  The View from Here:  Anna Conti, Joel Tarbox and Kenney Mencher  2002 Period Gallery,  Omaha, NE  Painting  2002 Period Gallery,  Omaha, NE  Faces  2001 Craighead-Green  Gallery, Dallas TX  Connie Connaly  and Kenney Mencher  2001 Hang Gallery,  San Francisco, CA  The Figurative  Show  2000 Bryant Gallery,  Jackson, MI  Works on Consignment  2000 Jenkins-Johnson  Gallery, San Francisco, CA  Small Works  2000 Hanson Gallery,  Knoxsville, TN  Faces and Figures  1999 Jenkins-Johnson  Gallery, San Francisco, CA  First Annual Realism  Invitational  1999 Craighead/Green  Gallery, Dallas TX  Consignment Works  1999 Jenkins-Johnson  Gallery, San Francisco, CA  Anniversary Group  Exhibition  1998 Jenkins-Johnson  Gallery, San Francisco, CA  Small Works  1998 Jenkins-Johnson  Gallery, San Francisco, CA  Nancy Switzer,  Milt Kobayashi, and Kenney Mencher  1998 Craighead/Green  Gallery, Dallas TX  Consignment Works  1998 Craighead/Green  Gallery, Dallas TX  Michael Magovoro  and Kenney Mencher  1998 Primary Object  Gallery, San Antonio, TX  1996 Martin Rathburn  Gallery, San Antonio, TX  Ron Hoover, Katie  Pell and Kenney Mencher  1995 Tangeman Center  Gallery, University of Cincinnati, OH  Thesis Exhibit  1994 Mason Fine Art  Gallery, Mason, OH  Jan Brown Checco,  Ken Landon Buck,  Irwin Greenburg,  and Kenney Mencher  1994 KZF Gallery, Cincinnati,  OH  Manmade and Natural  Landscapes  1994 Zephyr Gallery,  Louisville, KY  Consignment Artists  Show  1994 Semantics Gallery,  Cincinnati, OH  Burrell, Simmons,  & Mencher  1994 840 Gallery, University  of Cincinnati, OH  The Innocent Eye  Test  1993 Davis Art Center,  Davis, CA  1992 Images Gallery,  San Francisco, CA  1990 The National Arts  Club, Manhattan, NY  Fifteenth Annual Student  Exhibition  Honorable Mention  1986 Arts Consortium  Gallery, Cincinnati, OH  Monumental Still  Life Drawings  1986 Chidlaw Gallery,  Art Academy, Cincinnati, OH  Show in honor of scholarship  recipientsLECTURES &  PAPERS DELIVERED     2006  Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA  The  Figurative Tradition and Realism  2003 Hang Gallery San  Francisco, CA  Can’t Sleep  2002 Hang Gallery  Painting  1999 Guest Lecturer,  Sacred Heart High School  St. Peter’s Cathedral  1999 Guest Lecturer,  Sacred Heart High School  Constantine and Early  Christianity  1998 Guest Lecturer,  Sacred Heart High School  Monasticism/Scholasticism/Catholicism  1997 Laredo Rotary  Pompeii as an Artifact  of Civic Pride  1996 Guest Lecturer,  Classics Week, Texas A&M University,  “A Brief Tour of the  Acropolis”  1993 Guest lecturer,  University of California, Davis, CA  “Mannerism and Architecture”  1992 Guest lecturer,  University of California, Davis, CA  “Art as Ideology”AWARDS     1993-1995  Full Tuition Scholarship, University of Cincinnati OH  1991 Departmental Honors:Art,  Lehman College, Bronx, NY  1991 Geldwerth Scholarship,  Lehman College, Bronx, NY  1990 Jacob Hammer Memorial  Award in Playwriting  English Dept. Lehman  College, Bronx, NY  1990 Raymond J. Sontag  Prize History Dept. Lehman College, Bronx, NY  1986 Tuition Scholarship,  Cincinnati Art Academy, OHTHINGS IN PRINT  “Renovated Reputations Paintings and Fiction  Painted and edited by Kenney Mencher” by Joshua Rose,  American Art  Collector February 2012  Kenney  Mencher Renovates Reputations at the Art Museum of Los Gatos  KQED By Ben Marks | Dec 12, 2011   Shotgun Review Kenney  Mencher and Carolyn Meyer: in BLACK and WHITE by Mary Anne Kluth Arthaus  (Editor’s  Note: This review was originally intended for publication in Artweek.)  July 18, 2009In  BLACK and WHITE Submitted by bbamsey on May 8, 2009Bear Flavored, Aki Choklat and Christian Trippe, (Veenman  Publishers: London) 2007   “Brushing Up: A Handle on Glass” Kenney Mencher,   The Artist Magazine, November 2007  “Return of the Maltese Falcon” Envy Magazine, September  2007  “Variations on a Theme” Kenney Mencher,  The Artist  Magazine, June 2007     Telling  Tales on Canvas Rebecca Wallace, Palo Alto Weekly January 26, 2007  Controversy  is in the eye of the beholder in Boehm exhibit, By: Sandra Kraisireideja,  North  County Times 2006  “The  Eyes of the Beholder” Jack Fischer, San Jose Mercury, 2006  “All  Too Real” By Kelly Vance, East Bay Express, 2006  “Art  scene by Bill Van Siclen: Works that deal with doubt, mystery and ambiguity”   by Bill Van Siclen, Providence Journal – Providence, RI, USA 01:00  AM EDT on Thursday, September 8, 2005  “His  art’s too racy for walls at CalSTRS”  By David Barton Sacramento  BeeFriday, April 16, 2004  Letter  to the Editor in Response to Sac Bee Article 2004  “Teachers’  group removes professor’s suggestive art”  by Monique Beeler,  Oakland  Tribune also published in the Fremont Argus  Friday April 23, 2004  “Center for the Arts  exhibits ‘Relationships'”  Laredo Morning Times 29 May 1997, 1C.  “Kenney Mencher’s ‘Noir  Images’ exhibit at LCC” Laredo Morning Times 6 April 1997, 1C.  “A&M International  art Professor’s ‘Noir Images’ opens April 11 at LCC” LareDOS April  1997: 34.  “A&M International  University art professor in SA gallery show,”  LareDOS December 1996:  14.  Dan R. Goddard, “Painters  Figure out unique ways to portray people,”  San Antonio Express News  20 November 1996:  “University art professor  in SA gallery show,” Laredo Morning Times 24 November 1996, sec.  Local: 23A.  Lucy Gail Llenado,  “EYE to EYE, Artist:Kenney Mencher,”  Everybody’s News 1 September  1994: 5.ILLUSTRATIONS  Jonathan Woods, Bad Juju and other Tales of Madness  and Mayhem, (New Pulp Press) 2010 Cover Design and Illustration  Dave Zeltserman,  21 Tales from the Modern Master  of Noir, (New Pulp Press) 2010 Cover Design and Illustration   Gil Brewer, Flight to Darkness, (New Pulp Press) 2010  Cover Design and Illustration  Hannah Gerber, How to Grow Up and other Poems, (Outskirts  Press, Denver CO) 2007 Cover IllustrationCOLLECTIONS  Josh Kornbluth,  San Francisco  Howard Tullman, Chicago  Sheppard Mullin Richter  & Hampton LLP, Los Angeles, CA  Lester and Eileen Traub,  Los Angeles, CA  Founder’s Title &  Trust, Sacramento, California  Mary Kissler, Curator  of Print, Art Museum of Auckland, New Zealand

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Platform: Udemy
Price: $13.99
Video: 71h 31m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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