This tutorial discusses the importance of visual communication and visual culture in understanding art history.
The act or profession of calling attention to one’s products and services through paid announcements in print and other communications media.
Purposeful reflective judgment that involves an investigation of assumptions and hidden values, and the careful evaluation of evidence.
The set of ideas and values developed through exposure to the same broadcast, print, and internet media outlets.
A field of academic study that emphasizes the cultural meaning of a work of art rather than its aesthetic value.