A survey of the art of Mesoamerica, the civilization that existed in Mexico and Central America from about 1500 B.C.E. until the coming of Cortés in 1519. The major emphasis of the course will be on urban planning architecture and monumental sculpture. Significant attention will also be devoted to painting, ceramics, small-scale sculpture, textiles and jewelry.
Credit Hours: 3 hrs Prerequisites: Junior/senior standing or department permission Graduate Credit: This is an undergraduate course available to graduate students for graduate credit. Previously Listed as: ART 430 Last Updated: Graduate Credit 07/2011