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    Gateways to Art

    Third AP® Edition

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    Debra J. DeWitte (Author, University of Texas at Arlington), Ralph M. Larmann (Author, University of Evansville), M. Kathryn Shields (Author, Guilford College)

     

    A flexible structure that supports teaching and learning in the AP® classroom

    Its modular structure, global perspective, and focus on visual analysis have quickly made Gateways to Art a popular choice for AP® Art History. With an unmatched illustration program, a wealth of tightly integrated digital resources, and an AP® Curriculum Planning and Pacing Guide, the new edition will make your course even more exciting and easy to plan. You will love our expanded coverage of contemporary art, new tools for cross-referencing between chapters, new videos, and the Interactive Instructor’s Guide.

    AP® is a trademark registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

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    Flexible organization and a rich AP® instructor resource program

    Gateways to Art offers a balanced mix of art forms, history, and themes. Brief, modular chaptersenable teachers to design precisely the syllabus they desire—with the support of unmatched digital teaching and learning resources. Ninety percent of the required images outlined in the AP® Curriculum Framework are included in the Gateways Global Gallery, and the Curriculum Planning and Pacing Guide (CPPG) places each of these images in context with concept maps that compare and contrast artworks at a glance.

    An emphasis on visual analysis, teaching students how to analyze formal qualities and context

    Throughout the text, students are introduced to new ways of analyzing great works of art. They learn what to consider when encountering a work for the first time—even non-representational works, or those by unknown artists—and discover that there are many ways of viewing.

    A diverse, comprehensive art program

    The best way to develop visual analysis skills and understand art in context is by seeing the art, and Gateways to Art, Third AP® Edition affords more than 1,800 opportunities to do that. With nearly 900 unique images—plus 900 repeated images that draw connections across chapters—the book consistently engages students in viewing and interpreting art. Moreover, the represented works reflect the diversity in gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, and global regions that today’s students and teachers expect.

    A custom-crafted media program

    Students learn best with a mix of media that supports various learning styles. With a wealth of videos; adaptive, game-like quizzes in the InQuizitive environment, fully integrated with the ebook; and other tools for self-study created especially for this book, the author-driven media program provides everything instructors and students need for a dynamic teaching and learning experience.

       


      INTRODUCTION

      PART ONE: FUNDAMENTALS

      Chapter 1.1      Line, Shape, and the Principle of Contrast

      Chapter 1.2      Form, Volume, Mass, and Texture

      Chapter 1.3      Implied Depth: Value and Space

      Chapter 1.4     Color

      Chapter 1.5      Motion and Time

      Chapter 1.6      Unity, Variety, and Balance

      Chapter 1.7      Scale and Proportion

      Chapter 1.8      Focal Point and Emphasis

      Chapter 1.9      Pattern and Rhythm

      Chapter 1.10    Engaging with Form and Content


      PART TWO: MEDIA AND PROCESSES

      Chapter 2.1      Drawing

      Chapter 2.2      Painting

      Chapter 2.3      Printmaking

      Chapter 2.4      Sculpture

      Chapter 2.5      Architecture

      Chapter 2.6      The Tradition of Craft

      Chapter 2.7      Visual Communication Design

      Chapter 2.8      Photography

      Chapter 2.9      Film/Video and Digital Art

      Chapter 2.10    Alternative Media and Processes

       

      PART THREE: HISTORY AND CONTEXT

      Part 3 Timeline

      Chapter 3.1      The Prehistoric and Ancient Mediterranean

      Chapter 3.2      Art of the Middle Ages

      Chapter 3.3      Art of India, China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia

      Chapter 3.4      Art of the Americas

      Chapter 3.5      Art of Africa and the Pacific Islands

      Chapter 3.6      Art of Renaissance and Baroque Europe (1400­–1750)

      Chapter 3.7      Art of Europe and America: Rococo to Romanticism

      Chapter 3.8      The Modern Aesthetic:  Realism to Expressionism

      Chapter 3.9      Late Modern and Early Contemporary Art in the Twentieth Century

      Chapter 3.10    The Late Twentieth Century and Art of the Present Day

       

      PART FOUR: THEMES

      Chapter 4.1      Art and Community

      Chapter 4.2      Spirituality and Art

      Chapter 4.3      Art and the Cycle of Life

      Chapter 4.4      Art and Science

      Chapter 4.5      Art, Illusion, and Transformation

      Chapter 4.6      Art of Political Leaders and Rulers

      Chapter 4.7      Art, War, and Revolution

      Chapter 4.8      Art of Social Conscience

      Chapter 4.9      The Body in Art

      Chapter 4.10    Identity, Race, and Gender in Art

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