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CAH 3530 : Art and Architecture of Washington DC
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CAH 6530 : Art and Architecture of Washington, DC
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Art and Architecture of Washington DC
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Art&Architecture: Wash., D.C.
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This course will investigate the art and architecture of the city of Washington, DC: major collections, special exhibitions, historic architecture, and the city itself. A majority of our time will be spent on site, outside the classroom, so this is a walking-intensive class. Weekly reading and frequent short writing assignments are required, as well as a developed seminar paper at the conclusion of the seminar. At times this course may be cross-tallied at the undergraduate level as CAH 3530 and at the graduate level as CAH 6530. Students enrolled for graduate credit complete additional work at an advanced level and are graded according to the Graduate Grade Standard (see Student Handbook).
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