St. Philip's College HUMA 1315 Fine Arts Appreciation Syllabus

St. Philip's College HUMA 1315 Fine Arts Appreciation Syllabus

Fine Arts AppreciationHUMA-1315

  • Full Term Spring 2021
  • Section 002.11344
  • 3-3-0 Credits
  • 01/19/2021 to 05/15/2021
  • Modified 12/28/2020

 Meeting Times


WELCOME TO HUMANITIES 1315 AlamoOPEN No-Cost Textbook and Online Class

Spring Semester 2021

Instructor: Associate Professor Jack L. Nawrocik M.A., M.A.H.G.S. (jnawrocik@alamo.edu)

Course Dates: January 19th to May 12th 

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION:

This is a Distant Learning Course that is taught through the Internet by using a Learning Management System called Instructure Canvas.

“Asynchronous,” “e-Learning,” and “Distance Learning” are terms that refer to fully online classes. Asynchronous, e-Learning, and Distance Learning classes require students to be well disciplined.  In Asynchronous, e-Learning, and Distance Learning classes, students WILL NOT meet the instructor during a scheduled class time.  The communication with the instructor is managed via instructor and student email.  Students are responsible for routinely logging into CANVAS to complete assignments by deadlines set by the instructor.  Communication between the student and instructor is NOT in real time. The timeframe for an instructor’s response will be outlined in the course syllabus.  If you need to meet with your instructor, you will have the option to schedule an appointment/conference. Considering our current COVID 19 environment, your instructor may schedule your appointment/conference via an online meeting platform called Zoom (video communication).  For technology support contact IT at spc-helpdesk@alamo.edu  or via phone at (210) 286-2777 and after 5pm contact Support Central at (210) 485-0555.

 Contact Information


Associate Professor: Jack L. Nawrocik, M.A., M.A.H.G.S.

Office Number: SLC 219A

Office Hours: By appointment. (Please reach out to your instructor via e-mail to schedule an online, or face to face office meeting.)

Office Phone Number: 210-486-2612 (Warning: The quickest way to contact your instructor is through e-mail, since returning phone calls could take about 7 to 10 days)

E-mail: JNAWROCIK@ALAMO.EDU (The best way to contact your instructor is by e-mail. Make sure that all of your correspondences are sent to this e-mail address.)

Method of Correspondence:

All class correspondence, questions and announcements will be communicated by your instructor through the Instructure Canvas Communication Tools called: Announcements and Conversations. Please read or view the following instructions about how to use the Instructure Canvas' e-mail system called Conversations: (GuideLinks to an external site. or VideoLinks to an external site.)

This is very important, because all class correspondences and information will only be communicated by your instructor through Announcements and the Instructure Canvas' e-mail system called Conversations. The Instructor is not responsible for any information that is not sent or communicated through Canvas.

 Materials


Required Text:  Textbook Purchase Not Required

This course uses only free OER (Online Educational Resources) and does not require the purchase of any additional  materials and/or textbooks for the course. All instructional materials are free to make learning accessible and affordable to all students. Instructional materials for this course are housed within the course LMS. Resources freely available online as well as resources available through the St. Philip's College library have been curated to ensure and provide each student with the necessary resources and educational opportunities to achieve academic success and to fulfill all of the THECB learning outcomes assigned for this course. 

This course does not have an assigned textbook. The instructor will use open-source educational resources that will be available to all enrolled students via Canvas. See Appendix A: Course OER Resources by Module at the end of the syllabus for further details. 

 Description


Understanding purposes and processes in the visual and musical arts including evaluation of selected works. This course fulfills the Creative Arts foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Teamwork, and Social Responsibility.

Prerequisite(s)

INRW 0420

 Objectives


Objectives:

1 To demonstrate awareness of the range of works in selected areas of the visual or performing arts.

2 To demonstrate an understanding of the works being studied as expressions of individual or broader human values within a historical, cultural or social context.

3 To articulate an informed critical response to the works being studied.

4 To engage in creative process or interpretive performance and experience the physical and intellectual demands required of the visual or performing artist.

5 To demonstrate knowledge of the importance of visual or performing arts in defining or exploring a culture.

 Outcomes


 

1 Employ formal elements and principles to critically analyze various works of the visual and performing arts.

2 Articulate the creative process of artistic works as expressions of human experience and cultural values.

3 Demonstrate an understanding of the aesthetic principles that guide the creation of, and response to, the arts.

4 Describe the relationship of the arts to everyday life.
 

 Evaluation


Course Assessments:

Students are required to complete the orientation, a total of seven humanities quizzes, weekly discussion postings, and a final exam project for the course grade.

Part 1: The Structure of the Humanities Quizzes 1-7 :

  • The Seven Humanities Quizzes can be found on the course Home Page or the Course Navigation Tool Bar under "Modules".
  • Each Humanities quiz has multiple-choice and/or multiple choice/true and false statement questions based on information from the module lectures, and the other learning activities listed under the corresponding Learning Module. Quiz questions are worth two points each. 
  • Quizzes are NOT TIMED, so students can save work and return at a later time to complete the quiz.
  • Students have TWO ATTEMPTS to complete and submit the quiz (BY CLICKING ON THE SUBMIT ANSWERS BUTTON ON THE SCREEN)
  • Each quiz attempt is graded "separately" and the highest of both quiz attempts becomes the official grade.
  • Since each quiz attempt is graded separately, students cannot receive credit for questions marked correctly on the first attempt and not on the second.
  • Your course grade is made up of the complete total of your Humanities Quizzes 1-7 and are worth 140 points of the total 1000 points that can be earned in the course. 
  • Warning : There are NO make up quizzes for this course under any circumstances.

WARNING: Once a quiz is completed and submitted (BY CLICKING ON THE SUBMIT ANSWERS BUTTON), it is officially part of your course grade. Students cannot re-take submitted quizzes (AFTER THE SECOND ATTEMPT!) under any circumstances.

Part 2: The Instructions for Taking the Humanities Quizzes: 

While taking a quiz students are allowed to do the following:

  • Use the information in the module and their study materials to aid in answering the quiz questions.
  • Students can save their work and return at a later time to complete the quiz.
  • WARNING: Once a student clicks on the "Submit Answers Button", after the second attempt, the quiz is officially graded and part of your course grade.
  • Students cannot re-take submitted quizzes (AFTER THE SECOND ATTEMPT!) under any circumstances.

While taking the quiz, students must do the following:

  • Students must select their answers and click on the submit answers button to officially complete their quiz.
  • Warning: Only click the "Submit Answers Button" after the second attempt when you finally completed the whole quiz.
  • Make sure you complete and submit all Humanities Quizzes 1 through 7 on time.
  • WARNING: There are NO make up quizzes for this course under any circumstances.  
  • All Humanities Quizzes 1 through 7 must be completed and submitted by the student by 11:59 P.M. on their due date. (See Course Schedule)

Part 3: How to prepare for the Quiz:

  • Students prepare for each quiz by working on their tasks listed in the corresponding Learning Module.

Part 4: Student Responsibilities for the Quiz:

  • Students are responsible for following all instructions listed above in relation to each quiz. (Failure to do so could result in a failing grade on the Quiz.)

  • Although faculty are commonly the first point of contact, their responsibility is not to troubleshoot student technical issues. If students have technical problem with a quiz they should contact Support Central at 210-485-0555 Select option 2. For out of town students please call 866-493-3947

  • The Instructor is NOT responsible for any content on any LINKS used in the course. If a link is broken or does not function a students might have to do their own searches online to acquire the answers for the quizzes.

Part 5: Student Responsibilities for the completion of weekly Discussion postings:

  • Each week there will be a discussion posting. Some of these postings will be part of our required QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan) projects. 
  • All Students are responsible for the completion of a Quality Enhancement Plan or QEP Artifact Assessment Exercises assigned throughout the semester. The SPC Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences may decided to require an additional case study that would be presented to and adopted by ALL of the disciplines within the department. Any student enrolled in a course within the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences will be required to complete the same QEP case study. All QEP instructions and guidelines are explained in the corresponding Learning Modules.
  • Weekly discussion postings will require each student to submit an original post that addresses the discussion question or instructions. Additionally, each student is required to respond to at least 1 other student in the class. Initial postings and responses are due by Sunday of each week by 11:59 P.M. 
  • Weekly discussion postings:
    • Week 1 The Orientation Module will have a syllabus quiz worth 5 points, an introduction posting worth 25 points, and  a Fine Arts discussion worth 40 points. 
    • Weeks with a Formal Analysis Discussion will account for 40 points each.
    • Weeks with a Contextual Analysis Discussion will count for 50 points each.
    • All weekly discussions must be completed and submitted by the student by 11:59 P.M. on their due date (See Course Schedule)
    • WARNING: There are NO make up discussions for this course under any circumstances.  

Part 6: Student Responsibilities for the completion of the Midterm Check-in:

  • The Mid-Term check-in will be in quiz form and worth 10 points of your final grade.
  • The questions will be short answer, not multiple choice. 
  • The quiz is not timed, so you can save your work and return to it.
  • Warning: Unlike the other 7 quizzes, you only have 1 attempt at the Midterm. 
  • WARNING: There are NO make up midterms for this course under any circumstances.  

Part 7: Student Responsibilities for the completion of the  Art Immersion Final Exam Project:

  • All Students are responsible for the completion of a comprehensive Final Exam
  • All Final Exam instructions and guidelines are explained in the corresponding Learning Module entitled Week 16 Final Project.
  • The Final Exam is worth 150 total points and consist of an art immersion project.
  • WARNING: There are NO make up final projects for this course under any circumstances.  
  • There are 3 Art Immersion Experiences  required in the course. They are worth 50 points each for a total of 150 points on the final.  The directions are as follows:

    SLOs

    1 Employ formal elements and principles to critically analyze various works of the visual and performing arts.

    2 Articulate the creative process of artistic works as expressions of human experience and cultural values.

    3 Demonstrate an understanding of the aesthetic principles that guide the creation of, and response to, the arts.

    4 Describe the relationship of the arts to everyday life. 

    ART IMMERSION EXPERIENCE INSTRUCTIONS: Over the course of the semester, you need to experience 3 of the following events/activities and document your account via the Final Exam Project Quiz. Your accounts need not be formal. Choose events from the appropriate categories below (or perhaps you will have an idea for something not listed below – the list is not exhaustive—if you have an idea, just ask! You may also choose to experience “fine art” or “popular art” as both genres are equally acceptable.  You may choose as your options, the longer videos in the modules, for instance, a full length movie, musical or opera, or a documentary on an artist. You may also choose your own immersions.  You must choose your 3 immersions in different genres. For instance, you may pick a two dimensional artist like Renoir, a cinematic performance and a symphony. You may not pick 3 paintings.  The idea is to diversify a bit. If you are in doubt, just ask the professor. This assignment should be an opportunity to challenge yourself to experience something new; something that you might not ordinarily consider.  Make sure you include observations from your experience as they relate to the course material. Approach this assignment with a sense of fun and adventure and have a good time! I look forward to hearing about your experience. Important:  We are in a pandemic, please complete all of these virtually, not in person (unless you are viewing outdoor sculpture or architecture of course).

    Immersion 1 Choices-Select one of the following:

    Visit an artist’s studio for at least an hour
    Take a virtual art museum tour
    Visit an art gallery or museum
    Research an artist previously unknown to you
    Visit a statue, sculpture, or light display
    Visit a famous local building or landmark (can be locally famous)
    Attend a craft workshop or exhibition
    Attend an arts festival or fair

    Immersion 2 Choices-Select one of the following:
    Read a biography or watch a documentary about an artist’s life
    Visit (or watch on video) a live musical rehearsal
    Watch a symphony or concerto on YouTube/other online platform
    Attend a live concert or watch a recorded one (any genre is fine)
    Watch a dance performance or recital
    Evaluate artistic components of a videogame 

    Immersion 3 Choices-Select one of the following:
    Attend a dance program
    Attend a martial arts exhibition
    Attend a play or musical
    Watch a movie you have never seen before
    Watch musicians, singers, dancers, or actors during a rehearsal 
    Watch a recorded theatre performance

    Through quiz questions, you will be guided through the following information.

    1) State the  name or title of the piece or exhibit, the person or persons who created (if known).

    2) Relate your experience to the formal analysis you learned in the modules throughout the course. Give specific examples (at least 3) of what you saw or heard and connect those examples to your prior leaning in this course. 

    3) Relate your experience to the contextual analysis you learned in the modules throughout the course. Give specific examples (at least 3) of what you saw or heard and connect those examples to your prior leaning in this course. 

    4) Include your insights, perspectives, or just new facts you gained from this activity. Use sufficient descriptive details to help us see the event through your eyes.  How did this experience impact you?  This should be more than a couple of sentences. 

  • The Final Exam Assessment is due by 11:59 P.M. on Wednesday, May 12, 2021.

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Grading Criteria:paste_image3.gif

Student's are individually graded as follows:

A= 900-1000 points

B= 800-899 points

C= 700-799 points

D= 600-699 points

F= 599 and below

(There are no I or IP grades offered in this course)

Points are Determined by the Number of Quiz/Exam Questions Answered Correctly:

Orientation Quiz:                  Worth 5 Points

Introduction Discussion       Worth 25 Points

Fine Arts Discussion             Worth 40 Points

14 Weekly Discussions        Worth 630 Points

7 Quizzes:                              Worth 140 Points

Midterm Check-in                 Worth 10 Points

Final Exam Project:               Worth 150 Points

Total Course Grade:              Worth 1000 Total Points ada-equation.gif 

 Course Policies


Student Responsibilities:

All enrolled students must adhere to the following expectations:

1. Email accounts

  • All class correspondence, questions and announcements will be communicated by your instructor through the Instructure Canvas Communication Tools called: Announcements and Conversations.
  • Students should check course Announcements and Conversations on a regular bases .
  • Also, all class correspondence, questions, or assignments must be communicated or sent through ACES e-mail and/or Instructure Canvas Conversations.

2. Internet access, Browsers, and Plug-ins:

  • Students must have access to the Internet. This access may be through the campus computer labs, library, or from home via an Internet provider.
  • Computers and Browsers: Although Canvas runs on any computer (Mac or PC) and any browser, Canvas runs best on Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. If you do not have either of these browsers on your personal computer, simply download one of them now by clicking below:
  • Firefox 
  • Chrome 
  • Safari 
  • Required Plug-ins - To use all the features of Canvas, it is required that you download all the plug-ins necessary for your computer. Below is the list of plug-ins. Click the corresponding hyperlink to go to its website to download.
  • Adobe Flash: The majority of the web videos will be in flash. To download the latest version: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ 
  • Adobe Reader: Adobe Reader is required to read PDF files. To download the latest version: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ 
  • Java: Java is a free program that makes it possible for many communication features to work effectively. For example, Chat applets work on the Java platform. Without Java, Chat applications will not work in Canvas. To download the latest version of Java: http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp 

 3. Participation:

  • Students will work on all weekly assignments listed on the course task/tool bar under Learning Modules
  • Students will read the assigned portions of textbook.
  • Students will do research and answer questions by using the Internet.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to submit work as scheduled.
  • A "0" will be recorded for late or missing work.

4. Academic honesty:

  • Students will do all their own work on exams and projects.
  • DO NOT copy answers from text, fellow students or web sites.
  • Use your own words to explain your points.
  • I expect that all work assigned to you will be completed by you.
  • St. Philip's policy re. plagiarism, collusion, and cheating will be enforced.

5. Preparation for class:

  • Because this class is taught via the Internet and in a Flex session, students should expect to spend at least six hours per week on the web, i.e. composing and replying to email messages, working on Internet activities, and preparing written assignments.

6. Withdrawing from the Course:

  • Since this is a Distance Learning Course, each student is responsible for determining if they need to withdraw from the course
  • The last  day to  withdraw (drop) is Thursday, April 15, 2021. (Remember that neglecting this responsibility will result in failing the course.)

 

 Schedule


Course Schedule

Course Schedule Spring 2021- 16 Week Semester 

Dates

Topic

Tasks

Due Dates

Week 1

Course Orientation

Formal/Contextual Analysis

Complete Orientation and Syllabus Module

Complete Orientation and Acknowledgement Form Quiz

Read Student Course Resources Module

Complete Introduction Discussion

Complete Fine Arts Discussion

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, January 24, 2021

 

Week 2

 

Understanding Two-Dimensional Art 

Learning Module

Quiz 1

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting 

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, January 31, 2021
 
Week 3Two-Dimensional Art in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting 

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, February 7, 2021
 

Week 4

Understanding Sculpture
 

Learning Module

Quiz 2

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, February 14, 2021

Week 5Sculpture in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, February 21, 2021
Week 6Understanding Architecture

Learning Module

Quiz 3

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, February 28, 2021
Week 7Architecture in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, March 7, 2021
Week 8Understanding Music

Learning Module

Quiz 4

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Midterm

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, March 21, 2021
Week 9Music in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, March 28, 2021
Week 10Understanding Theatre and Opera

Learning Module

Quiz 5

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, April 4, 2021
Week 11Theatre and Opera in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, April 11, 2021
Week 12Understanding Cinema

Learning Module

Quiz 6

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, April 18, 2021
Week 13Cinema in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, April 25, 2021
Week 14Understanding Dance

Learning Module

Quiz 7

Formal Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, May 2, 2021
Week 15Dance in Context

Learning Module

Contextual Analysis Discussion Posting

Due by 11:59 PM Sunday, May 9, 2021
Week 16Final Project

Final Module

Final Project

Final due by 11:59 PM May 12, 2021

 

 Additional Items


Orientation Quiz Instructions:

1. After reading the complete course orientation syllabus, students must take and submit an "Orientation Quiz and Acknowledgement Form".

2. To take the Orientation Acknowledgement Quiz:

  • First, CLICK on the "Orientation and Acknowledgment  Quiz" link located on the Course Home Page and/or this Learning Module
  • Second, answer and submit the "Orientation and Acknowledgment Quiz" questions to officially complete the online course orientation.
  • Student's must answer all of the quiz questions correctly to complete the Orientation and start the course.
  • Student's can retake the quiz as many time as necessary to complete the Orientation. 

3. Once you complete and submit the "Orientation and Acknowledgment Quiz" you can officially start the course. Students that fail to complete and submit the "Orientation and Acknowledgment Quiz" will be withdrawn from the course.

4. The last day to complete the "Orientation and Acknowledgement  Quiz" is: 11:59 P.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2021.

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Warning: Syllabus subject to change under the Instructor's discretion.

Please be advised that some Humanistic content in this course deals with cultural themes and practices that express derogatory language, nudity in art, sexuality, and government practices of war, genocide, and violence. If you find learning about, studying, reading, or viewing any such Humanistic content extremely objectionable, please respectfully consider withdrawing from the course.

 Institutional Policies


STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

“Students must comply with all posted COVID-19 health and safety measures when on campus, as described in the Alamo Colleges District Procedure C.2.1.9.  Your college may provide additional guidance.”

A. Attendance:
 

SmartStart. Student absences will be recorded from the first day the class meets, and students who do not attend the first scheduled class meeting or contact the instructor will be dropped. Students should verify the drop is completed.

For fully online courses, an attendance verification activity is assigned and must be completed by the 3rd class day.

Regular and punctual attendance in all classes and laboratories, day and evening, is required. Students who are absent for any reason should always consult with their instructors. Course syllabi must provide specific information regarding attendance, including, for courses involving the internet, online activity that constitutes “attendance.” Also, both tardiness and early departure from class may be considered forms of absenteeism. In all cases, students will be held responsible for completion of course requirements covered in their absence.

 Additionally, it is the student’s responsibility to drop a course for nonattendance. Course instructors may drop a student for excessive absences or for online classes non-participation as defined by assigned work not being turned in during the course of a week. Absences are considered excessive when more than 12.5 percent of the total contact hours of instruction in a semester, including lecture and lab, are missed. For example, in a three-credit-hour lecture class, students may be dropped after more than six contact hours of absences. In a four-credit-hour lecture/lab class, students may be dropped after more than eight contact hours of absences. Absences are counted regardless of whether they occur consecutively.

In special programs with additional accreditation or certification standards, additional attendance requirements may be enforced but faculty must clearly explain these policies in their syllabi. Students who stop attending class for any reason should contact the instructor as soon as possible. To officially withdraw from the class, a withdrawal request must be submitted in ACES via the “student course withdrawal” link. Contact your instructor, advisor, or the Admissions and Records office if guidance is needed.

Failure to officially withdraw may result in a failing grade for the course. It is the student’s responsibility to withdraw officially from a class by submitting a “student course withdrawal” request in ACES.

B. Early Alert and Intervention

Your instructor cares about your success in this course. During the semester, you may receive notice through your ACES email account regarding your progress and ultimate success in this course. Upon receipt of the email, please contact your instructor to discuss specific tasks or actions to improve success in this course. Discussions with your instructors and Certified Advisor allow you to identify and implement actions that will help to successfully complete course requirements at the Alamo Colleges District.

3-Peat Rule

Texas legislation has a financial impact on the students who repeat courses excessively. Texas residents attempting the same course for a third time, from Fall 2002 forward, will be charged an additional $125 per credit hour for that course. This provision is described in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Rules (Chapter 13, Subchapter B, §13.25). 

150 Hour Rule

Texas Education Code §54.014 specifies that undergraduate students may be subject to a higher tuition rate for attempting excessive hours at any public institution of higher education while classified as a resident student for tuition purposes.

Students will be charged at the non-resident rate if, prior to the start of the current semester or session, the student has attempted 30 or more hours over the minimum number of semester credit hours required for completion of the degree program (typically 120 hours) in which the student is enrolled.

C. Student Responsibility for Success (Alamo Colleges District Policy F.6.2):

As members of the Alamo Colleges District learning community, students, faculty, staff and administrators all share the responsibility to create an atmosphere where knowledge, integrity, truth, and academic honesty are valued and expected. A clear acknowledgment of the mutual obligations of all members of the academic community emphasizes this implicit partnership in fostering the conditions necessary for student success.

In this relationship, the Alamo Colleges District provides institutional policies, procedures, and opportunities to facilitate student learning that encourage interaction, involvement and responsible participation. Inherent in the academic climate is the expectation that students will assume responsibility for contributing to their own development and learning. Academic success is directly tied to the effort students put into their studies, the degree to which they interact with faculty and peers, and the extent to which students integrate into the campus life.

1. Engagement

  1. Create connections and build relationships with faculty, staff and students (visit during office hours, join clubs and organizations, participate in student activities, etc.);
  2. Stay informed of policies, procedures, deadlines and events for academic and co-curricular activities;
  3. Complete all requirements for admission, registration, and payment by deadlines;
  4. Apply for financial assistance, if needed, complying with all federal, state and local regulations and procedures;
  5. Meet all federal, state and local health care regulations.

2. Communication

  1. Seek guidance from faculty, advisors or counselors for questions and concerns in regards to degree plans, major selection, academic status, grades, and issues impacting college success;
  2. Develop a peer support system to identify student contacts for questions, group assignments, etc. regarding academic and co-curricular activities;
  3. Communicate with College personnel promptly regarding academic or co-curricular concerns and assistance requests;
  4. Carefully consider the information provided by College personnel and make decisions using that information;
  5. Check the Alamo Colleges District’s Web Services regularly for emails, holds, student records, financial aid status and announcements;
  6. Submit disability documentation if seeking services and request academic accommodations in advance of each semester.

3. Academic Success

  1. Complete courses with passing grades and maintain good academic standing (2.0 GPA) status;
  2. Read and follow all syllabi;
  3. Purchase textbooks and required supplies in a timely manner;
  4. Attend classes regularly and on time, with as few absences, late arrivals, and early exits as possible;
  5. Arrive to class with all needed materials and completed assignments for that class period;
  6. Be attentive in class and actively participate as appropriate;
  7. Devote sufficient time for studying;
  8. Ensure integrity in all aspects of academic and career development;
  9. Accurately represent one’s own work and that of others used in creating academic assignments. Use information ethically and exercise appropriate caution to avoid plagiarism on all assignments;
  10. Notify faculty in advance or as soon as possible about absences and provide documentation as appropriate;
  11. Consult faculty members in advance when unable to complete projects, assignments, or take examinations as scheduled.

4. Self-Responsibility and Responsibility to Others

  1. Maintain accurate and complete degree/certificate major selection and contact information including name, address, phone number and emergency contact;
  2. Balance personal obligations and educational pursuits. Work with a counselor / advisor to design a realistic schedule that dedicates adequate effort to be successful in college studies;
  3. Know and follow the regulations and guidelines outlined in the Student Code of Conduct and Student Handbook;
  4. Maintain respectful and appropriate behavior within and outside the classroom;
  5. Ask for help when needed. Use all available resources and facilities provided by the College to enhance the learning experience;
  6. Attend scheduled advising sessions, tutorials, and other appointments. Cancel or reschedule only with good reasons as early as possible;
  7. Arrive prepared for tutorial sessions, bringing all needed materials (books, syllabi, rough drafts, calculators, assignment sheets, etc.).

D.  Textbook Availability

A student of this institution is not under any obligation to purchase a textbook from a university-affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer.

E. Licensed Concealed Campus Carry

No open carry of firearms is allowed on all property owned, controlled, or leased by the College District, including vehicles operated by the Alamo Colleges District. Concealed carry of a handgun by persons licensed to carry may not be restricted except in locations signed as prohibited areas.

  • Special testing locations requiring a complete surrender of personal effects during testing will be signed as prohibited areas. 
  • Persons may be required to place their purse, backpack or briefcase away from their person, but within their view during tests at the direction of their instructor or test administrator.
  • License holders carrying on campus intending to access prohibited areas must leave their weapons locked in their vehicles.  College lockers are not authorized for storage of handguns by license holders.

Disciplinary Sanctions

Open carry, intentional display, unlicensed carry, and carry in spite of signed prohibition are subject to employee and student discipline, as well as possible prosecution. Unintentional display of a weapon by a license holder must be avoided.  Police will exercise their enforcement discretion. 

If you see a person openly carrying or deliberately displaying a firearm:

  • Call the Alamo Colleges District Police 210-485-0911
  • Do not confront the person or ask if the person has a permit
     

F. Title IX policy

Information and policy regarding Title IX, Civil Rights Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation can be found in Board Policy H.1.2.

COLLEGE REQUIREMENTS:

While other exams are given at the discretion of the instructor, a final assessment is given at the end of each semester for each course. The Final Exam Schedule changes with each term and differs from normal class meeting dates and times. See the Final Exam Schedule in the Catalog/Schedule of Classes in the left hand navigation bar.

A student who must be absent from a final evaluation should petition that instructor for permission to postpone the evaluation. A student absent without permission from a final evaluation is graded "0" on the exam.

Incomplete Grades.  The conditional grade of “I” may be issued to a student having a passing average on all completed coursework but for a justified reason, such as illness or death in the family or by providential hindrance, has been prevented from taking the final examination or completing other required coursework. The “I” becomes an “F” in one hundred twenty (120) calendar days from the end of the term unless the student completes the balance of the coursework with a performance grade of “D” or higher. Re-enrollment in the course will not resolve the “I.”  The student and faculty must fill out an Incomplete Contract, clearly defining the work remaining to be finished.

Student Grade Changes and Appeals
You have a maximum of one year from the end of the term in which the final grade was issued to
request a review of the grade or petition for a grade change. Judging the quality of academic
performance rests with the instructor assigned to the course. If you believe that the grade is
incorrect, you should schedule a conference with the instructor or, if the instructor is not
available, the department chair. If you still are not satisfied with the grade, you can file an
Academic Grievance within five days of the instructor’s decision. See Academic Grievance
Procedure in the “District, State and Federal Regulations” section of the e‐catalog.

Religious Holy Days

A “religious holy day” is a holy day observed by a religion whose places of worship are exempt
from property taxation under Section 11.20, Tax Code. A student shall be excused from attending
classes or other required activities, including examinations, for the observance of a religious holy
day, including travel for that purpose. Students must notify the faculty member in writing
within the first twelve days of the semester which day(s) will be observed. A student whose
absence is excused under this provision may not be penalized for that absence and shall be
allowed to take an examination or complete an assignment within a reasonable time as
established by the faculty member. The faculty member may respond appropriately if the student
fails to satisfactorily complete the assignment or examination by the deadline.

 College Priorities


How can I create My Mission Statement?

Personal Mission Statement is critical to your success as a student at St. Philip's College. The development of your mission statement will assist you in identifying your skills, abilities, and interests and how they relate to your values and principles toward the career you wish to pursue.

Once your Mission Statement is completed, access your ACES portal and schedule an appointment with your advisor.

 

Expectations in Remote Learning Courses

Remote Courses refer to Face-to-Face courses that are delivered via the internet.  A Remote Course requires attendance meetings on the day and time of the scheduled class session.  Virtual attendance and participation require reliable internet access and computer equipment. Instructors may require the use of certain programs and equipment for class sessions or testing.  Commonly required are microphones and web cams, either built into the computer or added on. 

Canvas course assignments and other learning technologies may not be fully functional on smart phones or tablets; therefore, access to a laptop or computer may be required by your instructor.  The attendance expectation and requirement for each course are established by the instructor and published in the course syllabus.  Students are expected to read, understand, and follow the course syllabus requirements.

 College Policies


St. Philip’s College Mission Statement

St. Philip's College, founded in 1898, is a comprehensive public community college whose mission is to empower our diverse student population through personal educational growth, ethical decision-making, career readiness, and community leadership. As a Historically Black College and Hispanic Serving Institution, St. Philip's College is a vital facet of the community, responding to the needs of a population rich in ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic diversity. St. Philip's College creates an environment fostering excellence in academic and technical achievement while expanding its commitment to opportunity and access.

 The college fulfills its mission by offering:

1) General courses in arts and sciences leading to an associate degree.

2) Transfer education for students desiring to attend senior institutions.

3) Developmental courses that improve the basic skills of students whose academic foundations require strengthening.

4) Applied Science and technical programs leading to an associate degree or certificate designed to prepare students for employment and/or to update crucial skills.

5) Workforce and Career development training programs for business, industry and government.

6) Continuing education programs for occupational and educational enrichment or certification.

7) Counseling and guidance designed to assist students in achieving their educational and professional goals.

8) Educational support services including library services, tutoring, open use computer labs and writing center.

9) Services and appropriate accommodations for special populations, to include adult literacy and distance education.

10) Quality social, cultural, and intellectual enrichment experiences for the community.

11) Opportunities for participation in community service and economic development projects.

Quality Enhancement Plan: Ethical Decision Making

St. Philip's College is committed to quality education, as such the focus of the 2016 Quality Enhancement Plan is ethical decision-making which is the ability to connect values and choices to actions and consequences. The goal of the QEP is to engage students in specific measurable academic activities to enhance their ethical decision–making skill.

QEP Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Values: Students gain skills to assess their own values.
  • Ethical Issues: Students identify and are knowledgeable of ethical issues.
  • Perspectives: Students analyze various ethical perspectives.

 

Ethical Decision-Making Process

  • Stop and think to determine the facts.
  • Identify options.
  • Consider consequences for yourself and others.
  • Make an ethical choice and take appropriate action. 
         

Smoking-Free Environment (Alamo Colleges District Policy C.2.13)

All of the colleges of the Alamo Colleges District are tobacco free. Smoking is prohibited in all classrooms, laboratories, offices, conference rooms, hallways, and all other rooms in all buildings of the College District, and on all property which is owned, leased, rented, or otherwise under the control of the College District. Smoke-Free Environment includes the prohibited use of tobacco products and vapor or e-cigarettes.

Contact Phone Information

Alamo Colleges District DPS Emergency Phone Numbers:

  • Emergency Phone (210) 485-0911
  • General Phone (210) 485-0099
  • Weather Phone (210) 485-0189 (For information on college closures)

 

 Disability Services

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, it is the responsibility of the student to self-identify with the campus Disability Support Services office. Only those students with appropriate documentation will receive a letter of accommodation from the Disability Support Services office.

Instructors are required to follow only those accommodation and/or services outlined in the letter of accommodation. Faculty can only provide accommodations to students after receiving the letter of accommodation from the SPC Disability Support Services office. Letters of accommodation from other colleges and universities cannot be accepted by SPC faculty.

For further information, please contact the Disability Services office at (210) 486-2199 or SWC (210) 486-7175 or visit the office located:

  • MLK Campus – Safe SPaCe, Sutton Learning Center (SLC), Ste. 102
  • SWC –LIFEspace Office, Industrial Technology Center (ITSC) A-135


Mandatory Student Training for Online Classes:

If you are new to online classes, you are REQUIRED to take the St. Philip’s College Orientation to Online Learning course, OLRN 0001. The free, self-paced, online course will familiarize you with Canvas and will provide helpful tips on being a successful online learner. Register for the OLRN course the same way as any other course. Reference the Center for Distance Learning or call 210-486-2239 for more information.

Prompt Response to Student Communication

Instructors endeavor to respond to student contact promptly. This will usually be within two business days. Extenuating circumstances, such as the instructor falling ill, may delay this ideal response time. Students are advised to provide appropriate subject lines in emails and leave clear voice messages with return number and call-back instructions. A college-assigned student email account is considered the official electronic channel for communication between the District, colleges, and students (Alamo Colleges District Policy F.7.1).

Commitment to Timely Grading

Instructors are committed to providing prompt feedback to submitted work. It is expected that instructors will provide this feedback within one week of the student's submission. This timeframe may be delayed where extenuating circumstances prevent an instructor from meeting this commitment, or class submissions or assignment design are such that a delayed response is favorable.

Religious Holy Days

Students who will be observing religious holy days during the timeframe for this course, should be aware of their rights and obligations. It is the student's responsibility to notify their instructor of their religious holy day commitments, and the instructor's responsibility to provide opportunities for work to be completed. Students need to contact the instructor as soon as possible to make arrangements. Students should consult the student handbook for specific rights and obligations.

Academic Calendar and Important Dates

It is the student's responsibility to make themselves aware of pertinent dates. Please review academic calendar. Select the relevant semester timeframe for a list of all pertinent dates. When reviewing the semester’s academic calendar, please note the "Census Date" (drop date without academic penalty) and "Last Date to Withdraw" (incurs a "W" on transcript).

Course Withdrawal

It is the student's responsibility to initiate the drop and to discuss this with their instructor and advisor. The dates provided in the academic calendar are the absolute cut-off timeframes, regardless if a student attempts to process a withdrawal outside of the academic calendar dates. To initiate a course withdrawal, go to the Registration area in ACES and click the Student Withdrawal Request. Discuss the drop with your advisor to ensure its completion.                                                                                                                                           

Attendance

Student absences will be recorded from the first day the class meets, and students who do not attend the first scheduled class meeting or contact the instructor will be dropped (Alamo Colleges District Policy F.6.1.1). For fully online courses, an attendance verification activity is assigned and must be completed by the 3rd class day. Students should verify the drop is completed with their advisor.

Regular and punctual attendance in all classes and laboratories, day and evening, is required. Students who are absent for any reason should always consult with their instructors. Course syllabi must provide specific information regarding attendance, including, for courses involving the internet, online activity that constitutes “attendance.” Also, both tardiness and early departure from class may be considered forms of absenteeism. In all cases, students will be held responsible for completion of course requirements covered in their absence.

 Additionally, it is the student’s responsibility to drop a course for nonattendance. Course instructors may drop a student for excessive absences or, for online classes, non-participation as defined by assigned work not being turned in during the course of a week. Absences are considered excessive when more than 12.5 percent of the total contact hours of instruction in a semester, including lecture and lab, are missed. For example, in a three-credit-hour lecture class, students may be dropped after more than six contact hours of absences. In a four-credit-hour lecture/lab class, students may be dropped after more than eight contact hours of absences. Absences are counted regardless of whether they occur consecutively.

In special programs with additional accreditation or certification standards, additional attendance requirements may be enforced but faculty must clearly explain these policies in their syllabi. Students who stop attending class for any reason should contact the instructor as soon as possible. To officially withdraw from the class, a withdrawal request must be submitted in ACES via the “student course withdrawal” link. Contact your instructor, advisor, or the Admissions and Records office if guidance is needed.

Failure to officially withdraw may result in a failing grade for the course. It is the student’s responsibility to withdraw officially from a class by submitting a “student course withdrawal”

Final Exams

While other exams are given at the discretion of the instructor, a final assessment is given at the end of each semester for each course. The Final Exam Schedule changes with each term and differs from normal class meeting dates and times. The Final Exam Schedule can be found in the college catalog. A student who must be absent from a final evaluation should petition that instructor for permission to postpone the evaluation. A student absent without permission from a final evaluation is graded "0" on the exam.

Incomplete Grades

The conditional grade of “I” may be issued to a student having a passing average (grade of “D” or better) on all completed coursework but for a justified reason, such as illness or death in the family or by providential hindrance, has been prevented from taking the final examination or completing other required coursework. The “I” becomes an “F” in one hundred twenty (120) calendar days from the end of the term unless the student completes the balance of the coursework with a performance grade of “D” or higher. Re-enrollment in the course will not resolve the “I.”  The student and faculty must fill out an Incomplete Grade form, clearly defining the work remaining to be finished. For more information, please see Academic Standards.

Appendix A: OER Resources by Module

Orientation Module

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “How to do Visual (Formal) Analysis in Art History.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 18 September 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM2MOyonDsY&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Art Historical Analysis (Painting) A Basic Introduction Using Goya’s Third of May, 1808.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 25 July 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QM-DfhrNv8&feature=youtu.be 

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Jackson Pollock, One: Number 31,1950.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 4 September 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JleSka1klc&feature=youtu.be

PBS Digital Studios. “The Case for Jackson Pollock.” YouTube, uploaded by The Art Assignment, 14 December 2017.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1U19VOF4qfs&feature=youtu.be

 

Understanding Two-Dimensional Art Module

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Line.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 18 August  2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDePyEFT1gQ&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Shape.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 16 September 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJzGkZwkHt4&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Form.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 14 October 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DIPs3T2dQk&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Texture.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 20 November 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoOb3JSDAUo&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Value.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 5 January 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAwYHNo31ZQ&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Color.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 16 January 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWW_UbrkBEw&feature=youtu.be

KQED Arts. “Elements of Art: Space.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 2 February 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U11B_0FCn6o&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “How One-Point Linear Perspective Works.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 10 May 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOksHhQ8TLM&feature=youtu.be

Getty Museum. “Drawings.” YouTube, uploaded by Getty Museum, 31 January 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F4qnA1PFzE&feature=youtu.be

Getty Museum. “Looking at Paintings.” YouTube, uploaded by Getty Museum, 9 February 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm8Sva2hnvY&feature=youtu.be

Mbele, Roberto. “The Evolution of Art (and How it Shaped the Modern World).” YouTube, uploaded by LaVolpe, 14 July 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkWHrWw5yTg&feature=youtu.be

Getty Museum. “Introducing Formal Analysis: Landscape.” YouTube, uploaded by Getty Museum, 30 April 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIbTrG-SlDE&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Seurat, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 2 April 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNB9Vm6MoDQ&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Seurat Biography.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 25 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOdmp7_BUhY&feature=youtu.be

 

Two-Dimensional Art in Context Module

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Stone Age Art History.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdlQxISNpwY&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Mesopotamia Art History Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1GF_8l97xU&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Egyptian Art History.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibp_i7bekQU&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Greek Art History.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtKgfS1QwLk&feature=youtu.be

Khan Academy. “Ancient China: Early Civilizations World  History.” YouTube, uploaded by Khan Academy, 30 April 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9SGpnheXek&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Roman Art History.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM2D7iJHWXQ&feature=youtu.be

AP Art History. “Islamic Art and Architecture.” YouTube, uploaded by AP Art History, 11 November 2011. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5Okql_uTbA&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Medieval Art History Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 12 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4zQnNLRW3w&feature=youtu.be

Brown, Michelle. “What is a Butt Tuba and Why is it in Medieval Art?” YouTube, uploaded by TED-Ed, 16 April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgBj48s1SA8&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “How to Recognize Italian Renaissance Art.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 1 February 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YiL9MNyGKE&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Mannerism Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6TvfyL9vHc&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “How to Recognize Baroque Art.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 10 May 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFHPAbHaoqk&feature=youtu.be

Goeke, April. “Common Characteristics of Rococo Art and Architecture” YouTube, uploaded by April Goeke, 20 October 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLsejn0h-9o&feature=youtu.be

Goeke, April. “Common Characteristics and Trends of Neoclassical Art” YouTube, uploaded by April Goeke, 26 February 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQDIMqdEp40&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Romanticism Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agK-qvtb6Mc&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Realism Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cump0Nxteb4&feature=youtu.be

PBS Digital Studios. “The Case for Impressionism.” YouTube, uploaded by The Art Assignment, 17 October 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tw51Eh9vcw&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Art Nouveau Overview.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4luPnObQYo&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Fauvism Overview.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp0Y8Cgbg1o&feature=youtu.be

Goodbye-Art Academy. “Cubism Overview from Phil Hansen.” YouTube, uploaded by Philinthecircle, 16 March 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSZMlfm1Ln0&feature=youtu.be

PBS Digital Studios. “The Case for Surrealism.” YouTube, uploaded by The Art Assignment, 16 March 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtPBOwE0Qn0&feature=youtu.be

Rosenthal, Sarah. “What is Abstract Expressionism?” YouTube, uploaded by TED-Ed, 28 April 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG9jQBj1eqE&feature=youtu.be

Art Gallery NSW. “A Guide to Pop Art.” YouTube, uploaded by Art Gallery NSW, 9 December 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsY4ihZCJL8&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Caravaggio: Narcissus at the Source.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 1 October 2011. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrTsNuUQXzU&feature=youtu.be

Trevis, Letizia. “Caravaggio: His Life and Style in Three Paintings.” YouTube, uploaded by The National Gallery, 3 March 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KcdgFxmnb4&feature=youtu.be

Caravaggio: Great Artists (Series 2).” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2003, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59672.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Gentileschi, Judith and Holofernes.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 6 May 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHFuLS9NW6s&feature=youtu.be

Lamb, Marc. “Artemisia Undaunted.” YouTube, uploaded by Marc Lamb, 9 April 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHVeyUbG1b8&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Johannes Vermeer, Girl With a Pearl Earring.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 10 March 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-jLsoA1i_o&feature=youtu.be

Vermeer, Beyond Time.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2017, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=166834.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Velazquez, Los Borrachos or the Triumph of Bacchus.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 18 December 2010. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNoeLF6I52s&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Velazquez, Las Meninas.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 21 July 2011. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiTtGENiVOA&feature=youtu.be

Diego Velazquez-Spanish with English Subtitles.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2000, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=29746.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 18 December 2010. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Lawz8TcPig&feature=youtu.be

Goya: Crazy Like a Genius.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2002, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35751

PBS Digital Studios. “Better Know the Great Wave.” YouTube, uploaded by The Art Assignment, 19 May 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1ufFlXIWjA&feature=youtu.be

Feltens, Frank. “Beyond the Great Wave, Hokusai at 90.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 18 December 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnAdZnJ5b1A&feature=youtu.be

Salter, Rebecca. “Japanese Woodblock Printing.” YouTube, uploaded by Royal Academy of Arts, 19 July 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeMAuIErLgs&feature=youtu.be

Hokusai: Old Man Crazy to Paint.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2017, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=154331.

Hokusai: The Suspended Threat.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1999, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=36414.

Heck, Nate. “Who was Vincent Van Gogh?” YouTube, uploaded by Artrageous with Nate, PBS Digital Studios, 6 September 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBLvusSwHRk&feature=youtu.be

The Art Institute of Chicago. “Under Cover: The Science of Van Gogh’s Bedrooms.” YouTube, uploaded by The Art Institute of Chicago, 12 February 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SsUzaIDsHo&feature=youtu.be

St. Clair, Natalia. “The Unexpected Math Behind Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’” YouTube, uploaded by TED-Ed, 30 October 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMerSm2ToFY&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Think You Know Van Gogh? ‘The Potato Eaters.’” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 5 January 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HinBYpuaiA&feature=youtu.be

Van Gogh [1853-1890]—Palettes III: Great Artists, Great Art.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1992, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=120515.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Matisse, The Red Studio.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 8 April 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz_zwsgjRbw&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 21 February 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyLNPumMMTs&feature=youtu.be

Matisse and Picasso.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2002, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35750. 

Matisse [1869-1954]—Palettes III: Great Artists, Great Art.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1993, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=120509.

Picasso and His Time.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1994, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=4096. 

Heck, Nate. “Salvador Dali at the MOMA: ‘The Persistence of Memory’” YouTube, uploaded by Artrageous with Nate, PBS Digital Studios, 18 September 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7RIP2spwpg&feature=youtu.be

Sooke, Alastair. “Salvador Dali: A Master of the Modern Era.” YouTube, uploaded by Mikos Arts, 16 March 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkGfWZfRzWM&feature=youtu.be

Dali's Greatest Secret.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2018, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=168562.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Frida Kahlo, Frida and Diego Rivera.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 29 September 2011. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2HWkDrorRg&feature=youtu.be

Hershon, Eila and Guerra, Roberto. “Frida Kahlo Biography.” YouTube, uploaded by Max TV Maximum Entertainment, 2 March 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urzl0kf7Cww&feature=youtu.be

Diego Rivera: I Paint What I See .” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=60612. 

Los Angeles County Museum of Art. “Jacob Lawrence: Artist Interviews.” YouTube, uploaded by LACMA, 28 April 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdXz_D8t_qs&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series (long version).” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 11  April 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4lgvB5cV5E&feature=youtu.be

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Jacob Lawrence, Ambulance Call.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 27 September 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5XgjkmucJc&feature=youtu.be

Creative Violation: The Rebel Art of the Street Stencil.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2007, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=39848.

Street Art.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2011, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=94111.

 

Understanding Sculpture Module

Art History 101. “2-1 Sculpture Intro.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn8bobvkq24

Art History 101. “2-2 Dimensionality.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkeunBcAjj4

Art History 101. “2-3 Methods of Execution.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7OX55MjM8M

Art History 101. “2-4 Composition.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://youtu.be/rHPRnqO2 -4 CompositionWAtI

Art History 101. “2-5 Other Factors.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://youtu.be/tc7lPDU_hYI 

Art History 101. “2-6 Sense Stimuli.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://youtu.be/eN1drV5vZ2o 

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Describing What You See: Sculpture (Henry Moore, Reclining Figure).” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 4 April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mbvaz0EPK_g

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Gian Lorenzo Bernini, David.” in Smarthistory, 12 July 2015. https://smarthistory.org/bernini-david-2/ 

 

Sculpture in Context Module

How Do We Look? Episode 2.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2018, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=166854. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Leaders: The Sculpture Diaries.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2007, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=55279. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Women: The Sculpture Diaries.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2007, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=55278. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Landscapes: The Sculpture Diaries.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2007, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=55280. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Isamu Noguchi: The Sculpture of Spaces.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1995, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=32843. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, Equestrian Monument of Gattamelata.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 22 March 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dWHPHELCKU

Laetitiana. “Donatello, Life and Works.” YouTube, uploaded by Laetitiana, 10 June 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGjdKAHAC-M

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, Feast of Herod.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 26 May 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9_ouZpBknM

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, Mary Magdalene.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 23 May 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UZuG3XpAd0

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, Madonna of the Clouds.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 2 April 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3N1IqBoKSo

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, Saint Mark.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 14 November 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8GQfq3U96M

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Donatello, David.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 20 November 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kUUJJV_MNA

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “A Soldier Saint in Renaissance Florence: Donatello’s St. George.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 5 June 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAQsYoYZfxs

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Bernini, Apollo and Daphne.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 3 December 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdnPdZMZ9PU

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Bernini, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 21 August 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKcJvjP9zgY

BBC. “The Power of Art Bernini.” YouTube, uploaded by Andrea Gherpelli, 11 June 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJsD8mmWjM8 

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Rodin, The Gates of Hell.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 3 March 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfv9T1lSO2U

Rodin In His Time.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2016, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=160976. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Rodin: Divino Inferno.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2016, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=160975. Accessed 17 Mar. 2021.

Earth.Sky. “An American in Rome, Edmonia Lewis.” YouTube, uploaded by Cora Marshall 17 February 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXdPsei1oc0

Laing, Matthew. “Edmonia Lewis and the Death of Cleopatra.” YouTube, uploaded by Academy Travel, 14 July 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfgdKOXg5DY

Osei, Paulene. “Black History Month: Augusta Savage.” YouTube, uploaded by New Manchester HS, 11 February 2019  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2hezyUWyNw 

African American Art. “Augusta Savage: African American Sculptor.” YouTube, uploaded by AfricanAmericanArt, 41 January 2009  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koMXHaPlLEs

Stamburg, Susan. “Sculptor Augusta Savage Said Her Legacy Was the Work of Her Students.” Morning Edition, from NPR, 15 July 2019  https://www.npr.org/2019/07/15/740459875/sculptor-augusta-savage-said-her-legacy-was-the-work-of-her-students

Smithsonian American Art Museum. “Augusta Savage.” SAAM, https://americanart.si.edu/artist/augusta-savage-4269 

Saar, Alison. “Alison Saar: Topsy Turvy.” YouTube, uploaded by LA Louver, 4 May 2018  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGqk5sy-Lm8

Saar, Alison. “Contemporary Perspectives from Alison Saar.” YouTube, uploaded by Boston University, 1 November 2010  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5sLwN64m9k

 

Understanding Architecture Module

Hanson, Dr. “Basic Structures of Architecture.” YouTube, uploaded by DrHanson5339, 27 July 2011  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKMAyLT6AIY

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “The Classical Structures.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 17 May 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrRJkzXl4a4

Art History 101. “Building Materials.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpDan3oTuRA&list=PLslORdWrrAlBczRKowpuZ8WPtVRyRK_j-

Art History 101. “Architectural Design Considerations Part 1.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxrbyGsxJc&list=PLslORdWrrAlBczRKowpuZ8WPtVRyRK_j-

Art History 101. “Architectural Design Considerations Part 2.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WihlLtpMzY&list=PLslORdWrrAlBczRKowpuZ8WPtVRyRK_j-

Art History 101. “Architectural Vision and Symbolism.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-aytZBvvjc&list=PLslORdWrrAlBczRKowpuZ8WPtVRyRK_j-

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Hagia Sophia, Istanbul.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 1 June 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfpusWEd2jE

Hohensee, Naraelle and Zucker, Steven. “Breuer, The Whitney Museum of American Art (Now the Met Breuer.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 11 June 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4SBqFgVbm0

 

Architecture in Context Module

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Brunelleschi, Dome of the Cathedral of Florence.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 19 November 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQ8F_yPwqzA

Green, Hank. “Fillipo Brunelleschi: Great Minds.” YouTube, uploaded by SciShow, 23 February 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1aJlNqM1HY

Modern Marvels: Gothic Cathedrals.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1996, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=42835. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Chartres Cathedral.” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 6 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk3VsinLgvc

Chinese Buddhist Temples.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35320. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Hindu Temples.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35319. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Islamic Mosques.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35321. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Jewish Synagogues.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35322. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Slovak Churches.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35324. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

German Lutheran Churches.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2005, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=35323. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

deGolian, George. “The Olmsted Legacy: America’s Urban Parks.” YouTube, uploaded by George de Golian, 5 March 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G82zhQwGDWA 

Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2014, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=151056. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Steves, Rick. “Barcelona, Spain: Architectural Modernisme Showcase.” YouTube, uploaded by Rick Steves Europe, 3 August 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiabIQ-KlZU

Steves, Rick. “Barcelona, Spain: Park Guell.” YouTube, uploaded by Rick Steves Europe, 30 November 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fxab19LjBig 

Harris, Beth and Zucker, Steven. “Gaudi, Sagrada Familia” YouTube, uploaded by Smarthistory, 29 January 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMqERP-J2tQ

10 Homes That Changed America.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2016, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=129835. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Frank Lloyd Wright: Truth Against the World.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=41001. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Frank Lloyd Wright: The Fellowship.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=41002. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Birth of an Icon: Frank Gehry's Disney Hall.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2003, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=32839. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Frank Gehry Uncensored.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=8931. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

Renzo Piano: Piece by Piece.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=10496. Accessed 24 Mar. 2021.

 

Understanding Music Module

Wolf, Scott. “Basics of Music-Pitch.” YouTube, uploaded by Scott Wolf, 6 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkCg20OhWDg 

Grunewald, Edgar. “Dynamic Terms.” YouTube, uploaded by RIAM Teaching and Learning Network, 7 September 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQkloIQlZ0I 

Wright, Christopher. “What is Tone Color? (Timbre).” YouTube, uploaded by Understanding Music, 28 January 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tGEDgkZlC8 

Diamond-Manlusoc, Liz and Bechtl, Ryan. “Families of Instruments.” YouTube, uploaded by Luis Francisco Martinez, 2 March 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDRiRzip9ks 

Wright, Christopher. “Beat and Rhythm Explained.” YouTube, uploaded by Understanding Music, 4 February 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DjoipqbkC8 

Nypaver, Alisha. “Melody vs. Harmony.” YouTube, uploaded by Alisha Nypaver, 18 January 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRzjNPSlXH0 

Nypaver, Alisha and Shalfi, Ephraim. “Musical Texture (Definition of Monophonic, Homophonic, Polyphonic, and Heterophonic Textures.” YouTube, uploaded by Alisha Nypaver, 17 February 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teh22szdnRQ

Diamond-Manlusoc, Liz. “Classical Music Forms: Symphonic, Sonata, Theme and Variation & Rondo Forms.” YouTube, uploaded by Bookish, 15 December 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fengf7GDZ1M

Inside the Score. “How to Listen to Classical Music: General Ideas.” YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Score, 25 January 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJrI-PXYA_M 

Inside the Score. “How to Listen to Classical Music: Expression and Emotion.” YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Score, 1 February 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ogVYKwgFJc&list=RDCMUC4ihNhN8iN9QPg2XTxiiPJw

Inside the Score. “How to Listen to Classical Music: Motifs and Seeds.” YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Score, 1 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5SkqX8vo2s&list=RDCMUC4ihNhN8iN9QPg2XTxiiPJw 

Inside the Score. “How to Listen to Classical Music: Sonata Form.” YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Score, 15 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzHS7QL-B-c&list=RDCMUC4ihNhN8iN9QPg2XTxiiPJw 

Inside the Score. “A Complete Introduction to Musical Form.” YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Score, 29 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_5K8f5CZpg 

Jump, Brian. “The Origin of Jazz.” YouTube, uploaded by Brian Jump, 11 June 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRkX2YAytP4

Kobray, Dennis. “Scott Joplin-Living History.” YouTube, uploaded by Dennis Kobray, 10 April 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDNCr3aBufg 

Carter, Bryan. “Jazz Fundamentals: What is Swing?” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 24 February 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31JgwfP15kw  

Carter, Bryan. “Jazz Fundamentals: What is Improvisation?” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 22 February 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fHDoJdtWwE 

Carter, Bryan. “Exploring New Orleans Jazz.” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 12 October 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SS9EnD_-_Y 

Carter, Bryan. “Jazz Fundamentals: What are The Blues?” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 25 February 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBg_gQxAShM 

Thurman, Camille. “Exploring The Blues.” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 24 September 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNZIPUIwNs8 

Carter, Bryan. “Jazz Fundamentals: What is Free Jazz?” YouTube, uploaded by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy, 26 February 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXf7wtX4vWk 

Barenboim, Daniel. “5 Minutes on Mozart- Piano Concerto No. 23.” YouTube, uploaded by Daniel Barenboim, 9 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6alPgSF6_U&list=PLErHuBsy75wyFZ_8QI16YkZ9lzGQLcVQE  

Grimaud, Helene. “Helene Grimaud - Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23: II. Adagio.” YouTube, uploaded by Deutsche Gramaphon, 6 October 2011 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8e0fBlvEMQ 

Schwarz Gerard, "Masterpieces Old and New: Ludwig Van Beethoven's Symphony No.5in ," in Khan Academy, accessed September 15, 2020 https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/music/music-masterpieces-old-new

Schwarz, Gerard. “Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5. Analysis Part 1” YouTube, uploaded by Khan Academy Partners, 19 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rGXAfc643A 

Schwarz, Gerard. “Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5. Analysis Part 2” YouTube, uploaded by Khan Academy Partners, 28 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFCIgn3Q9XE 

Schwarz, Gerard. “Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5. Analysis Movs. 3 & 4.” YouTube, uploaded by Khan Academy Partners, 28 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNB-OVWlRbk 

Barenboim, Daniel. “Beethoven Symphony No. 5 (Proms 2012).” YouTube, uploaded by Mandetriens, 16 August 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv2WJMVPQi8 

 

Music in Context Module

Hogan, Daniel. “Haydn: His Best Works.” YouTube, uploaded by Earthatic, 31 May 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bUQRPRHTI8 

In Search of Haydn: Part One.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2012, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59686. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

In Search of Haydn: Part Two.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2012, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59687. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Royal Opera House. “An Introduction to the Marriage of Figaro.” YouTube, uploaded by Royal Opera House, 2 October 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h00YBvXt4Vs  

In Search of Mozart: Part One.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2006, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59689. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

In Search of Mozart: Part Two.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2006, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59690. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Schwarz, Gerard. “Beethoven’s 5th Symphony Analysis.” YouTube, uploaded by All Star Orchestra, 11 June 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4hZY5h84Wc 

In Search of Beethoven: Part One.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2009, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59683. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

In Search of Beethoven: Part Two.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2009, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59684. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.  

Jones, Rupert. “Prom Palace: La Traviata- Brindisi- Verdi.” YouTube, uploaded by Rupert Jones, 17 January 2008 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rsciRaJVtE 

Giuseppe Verdi.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=30002. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Royal Opera House: Rigoletto.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2001, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=138744. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Ballet's Greatest Hits: Presented by Youth America Grand Prix.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2013, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=60783. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Discovering Masterpieces of Classical Music: Tchaikovsky (Documentary).” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2008, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59082. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Discovering Masterpieces of Classical Music: Tchaikovsky (Concert).” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1994, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=59083. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Schwarz, Gerard. “Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 Analysis Part 1.” YouTube, uploaded by Khan Academy Partners, 28 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RccrJX9AN54  

Palmer, Tony. “Testimony: Une Biographie de D. Chostakovich.” YouTube, uploaded by Classic-Intro Net, 20 October 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nMy01x4PJA  

The Gift: Ken Burns’ Jazz, Part 2.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2000, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=43714. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Thelonious Monk: Playful Keys.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1998, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=12115. Accessed 25 Mar. 2021.

Marsalis, Wynton. “Wynton Marsalis- Music is Life.” YouTube, uploaded by IFTV, 27 February 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUaLc1zabVo   

Marsalis, Wynton. “Wynton Marsalis- Jazz in Marciac 2009.” YouTube, uploaded by Pavel Levin, 11 July 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBJ-MmTA-eU  

Marsalis, Ellis. “Ellis Marsalis- Full Set Live from the Jazz & Heritage Center.” YouTube, uploaded by wwozneworleans, 15 December 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_mBlsr-1w0     

 

Understanding Theatre and Opera Module

Rugnetta, Mike. “What is Theater?” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 9 February 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWrOuwzax8 

Rugnetta, Mike. “Thespis, Athens, and the Origins of Greek Drama.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 16 February 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeTeK9kvxyo

Rugnetta, Mike. “Tragedy Lessons from Aristotle.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 23 February 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGlQkaoIfBI 

Rugnetta, Mike. “Greek Comedy, Satyrs, and Aristophanes.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 2 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLKUXI0enbg 

SDCOE Teacher. “Theater Genres.” YouTube, uploaded by SDCOETeacher, 3 September 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne63958WAKY 

Art History 101. “5-2 Genres.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ9yzhfhiMo 

Art History 101. “5-3 Script and Plot.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-odZ4FB_oso

Art History 101. “5-4 Plot Elements.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2QQPkxGEa0 

Burt, Keith. “Plot Structure.” YouTube, uploaded by Burts Drama, 23 March 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ7kekDLBD4

Art History 101. “5-5 Theater Types.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRcLA4yDkeU 

Art History 101. “5-6 Visual Elements Part 2.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AyH62EVqvA 

Art History 101. “5-7 Other Elements.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1283nBDqGOk 

Art History 101. “5-8 Sense Stimuli.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 31 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAoTFJUYmzE 

The Atlanta Opera, "Opera 101." in The Atlanta Opera, accessed September 15, 2020 https://www.atlantaopera.org/opera101/ 

Lorey, Jesscia. “Classical Music 101: What is Opera?” YouTube, uploaded by Classical WGUC, 20 November 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl4GaldTu_Q 

Opera Easy: Don Giovanni.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2004, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=47340. Accessed 30 Mar. 2021.

Victoria State Opera. “Mozart. Don Giovanni. Finale atto II Louis Otey.” YouTube, uploaded by RaganellaBianca1, 21 February 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjiG2VD9wqc 

Greenburg, Bradley. “Antigone by Sophocles: Characters.” YouTube, uploaded by Course Hero, 21 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfsARJi1jRk&list=PLz_ZtyOWL9BRBNBDypNJACWeeVCNA7Icl 

Greenburg, Bradley. “Antigone by Sophocles: Plot Summary.” YouTube, uploaded by Course Hero, 21 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoiQLX1Aa1c 

Greenburg, Bradley. “Antigone by Sophocles: Symbols.” YouTube, uploaded by Course Hero, 21 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no0cYdBdKsU 

Greenburg, Bradley. “Antigone by Sophocles: Themes.” YouTube, uploaded by Course Hero, 21 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg7gj1MpplI 

Greenburg, Bradley. “Antigone by Sophocles: Motifs.” YouTube, uploaded by Course Hero, 21 June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppJca76A4dw 

Sophocles. “Antigone 1 of 11.” YouTube, uploaded by Cee Gg, 15 February 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bSnnufOx80&list=PLjAYlUiAhOZ5xJhxtxojqCKFnZs5-lzCh 

 

Theatre and Opera in Context Module

Johnson, Matt. “Sophocles and the Greek Theater” YouTube, uploaded by Matt Johnosn, 25 August 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqlvpLL_rXU  

Sophocles. “Oedipus Rex.” Directed by Nicholas Walker, Apollo Arts, YouTube, uploaded by Theatre Classics, 21 November  2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTQ-qK-m6mo 

Rugnetta, Mike. “Japan, Kabuki, and Bunraku.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 27 July 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc3dWwbctw4 

Kabuki: Onoe Baiko VII as the Salt Gatherer.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1972, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=124260. Accessed 7 Apr. 2021.

Izumo, Takeda II, Shoraku, Miyoshi, and Senryu, Namiki. “Authentic Kabuki with Commentary, Yoshitsune and the Thousand Cherry Trees.” YouTube, uploaded by X Programmer  29 June 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=senRJ0KJ7rE  

Rugnetta, Mike. “Straight Outta Stratford-Upon-Avon- Shakespeare’s Early Days.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 18 May 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FS2ndY5WJXA

Rugnetta, Mike. “Comedies, Romances, and Shakespeare’s Heroines.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 1 June 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjAqfh9aY9Y 

As You Like It: Live from Shakespeare's Globe.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2009, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=41374. Accessed 7 Apr. 2021.

Marchant, Kat. “Dr. Kat and Aphra Behn.” YouTube, uploaded by Reading the Past, 2 August 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsGvB5Vuokc 

Hawley, Judith. “The Rover.” YouTube, uploaded by English at Royal Holloway, 11 April 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QvTYTeCNPM  

Behn, Aphra. “The Rover: Shakespeare in the Dark’s 2018 Winter Show.” YouTube, uploaded by Shakespere in the Dark, 11 March 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0vPIrAh8ug 

Behn, Aphra. “The Rover (ReFrame).” YouTube, uploaded by The Rover ReFrame, 18 April 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI3OlLCmuqQ  

Reveles, Nicolas. “Opera 101: Opera Basics.” YouTube, uploaded by Nicolas Reveles, 10 June 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEKIuBiN3Eg 

Royal Opera House. “An Introduction to Opera Voice Types (The Royal Opera).” YouTube, uploaded by Royal Opera House, 4 January 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLfvkwTnJVM 

Opera North. “Tosca: In a Nutshell.” Opera North, 22 August 2018 https://www.operanorth.co.uk/news/tosca-in-a-nutshell/ 

Puccini, Giacomo. “Tosca: 2018 Finnish National Opera.” YouTube, uploaded by Asdf Ghjkl, 5 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciPRoKKkD0k  

Beckett, Ionesco, and the Theater of the Absurd: Crash Course Theater #45.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&contentID=eJ7w2I83ba4&channel=Crash Course&chnID=62. Accessed 7 Apr. 2021.

Philosophy Tube. “Waiting for Godot Explained with Philosophy.” YouTube, uploaded by Philosophy Tube, 25 November 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsxkEs6G-9s 

Beckett, Samuel. “Waiting for Godot.” YouTube, uploaded by Shereen Handy, 19 July 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izX5dIzI2RE     

Miranda, Lin Manuel. “Great Performances: In the Heights- Chasing a Broadway Dream.” YouTube, uploaded by xNYCMarc, 31 May 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUgcOVFhfXM 

Larson, Jonathan. “RENT: Broadway Production.” YouTube, uploaded by Broadway in HD, 16 November 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhG3JTchKDA 
 

Understanding Cinema Module

Benzie, Craig. “Movies are Magic: Crash Course Film History #1.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 13 April 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsnB4iBb78o  

Benzie, Craig. “The First Movie Camera: Crash Course Film History #2.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 20 April 2017  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKSmcmueTbA   

Benzie, Craig. “The Lumiere Brothers: Crash Course Film History #3.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 27 April 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFkSjdaqbyE 

Benzie, Craig. “Georges Melies-Master of Illusion: Crash Course Film History #4.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 4 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8is28gAOTc 

Benzie, Craig. “The Language of Film: Crash Course Film History #5.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 11 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7ZHd1xU2w8 

Benzie, Craig. “The Birth of the Feature Film: Crash Course Film History #6.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 18 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaBmjhmKWTs 

Benzie, Craig. “German Expressionism: Crash Course Film History #7.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 25 May 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6XDyth0qxc 

Benzie, Craig. “Soviet Montage: Crash Course Film History #8.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 1 June 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RtBAa4YCgo  

Benzie, Craig. “Experimental and Documentary Films: Crash Course Film History #16.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 3 August 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCY-4NxXCU8 

Gladstone, Lily. “Designing the World of Film: Crash Course Film Production #9.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 26 October 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3BcS8Uwl9U 

Gladstone, Lily. “The Director: Crash Course Film Production #7.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 12 October 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lIpcJVbbSA 

Gladstone, Lily. “The Cinematographer: Crash Course Film Production #8.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 19 October 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vR_l1vTfaNk 

Gladstone, Lily. “The Editor: Crash Course Film Production #12.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 16 November 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esa0NeQI8oc 

Kadon, Claudia. “Cross Cutting/Parallel Editing Example.” YouTube, uploaded by Claudia Kadon, 30 October 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7c0B5lzBa0A 

Tindell, John. “Shot Types.” YouTube, uploaded by John Tindell, 7 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5CwiBJYUXk    

Tindell, John. “Rhythm in Film Editing.” YouTube, uploaded by John Tindell, 13 February 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOVroZM6NCo    

Aranda, Michael. “Citizen Kane: Crash Course Film Criticism #1.” YouTube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 11 January 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qk0-m_LARCY

Unknown, Charlie. “1941 Citizen Kane: What Makes a Masterpiece?” YouTube, uploaded by One Hundred Years of Cinema, 30 December 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_i5MXJWmLU 

Al-Safar, Basil and Rashad. “The Jigsaw: One of the Best Short Horror Films of 2017” YouTube, uploaded by Sensa Productions, 6 March 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gs5zQBBOXrA 

 

Cinema in Context Module 

Unknown, Charlie. “1922: How Robert Flaherty Invented the Modern Documentary.” YouTube, uploaded by One Hundred Years of Cinema, 4 July 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEajMPZy_0Q 

Flaherty, Robert. “Nanook of the North (1922) Original Silent Version.” YouTube, uploaded by chrisb, 19 August 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IAcRjBq93Y    

Mennel, Barbara. “Metropolis: A Futuristic Social Commentary.” YouTube, uploaded by Showcase, 9 January 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4UXKtRNC5M 

Lang, Fritz. “Metropolis (1927) Complete Restored Version.” YouTube, uploaded by Classic Films, 21 November 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx-vMdGqL3A 

We Are Legend - Dracula Never Dies.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2018, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=203363. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Herzog, Werner. “Nosferatu, The Vampyre.” YouTube, uploaded by YouTube Movies, 11 September 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOTLurSgkYU 

Film Noir.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1995, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=160402. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021

Dickinson, Thorold. “Gaslight-Full Movie.” YouTube, uploaded by The Smoking Hat, 31 August 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYmtzaHwCKo 

The Western.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1995, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=160399. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Thompson, J. Lee. “The White Buffalo.” YouTube, uploaded by YouTube Movies, 1 November 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6AMDnf2qKQ 

Romantic Comedy.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1995, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=160400. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Shelton, Ron. “Bull Durham.” YouTube, uploaded by YouTube Movies, 1 April 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ULaCRf93XQ 

 

Understanding Dance Module

Art History 101. “3-2 Dance Forms.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm4xcLc_uNo&list=PLslORdWrrAlAD-PlLiwffS5gVfY9TfTZS 

Croucher, Kylie. “Elements of Dance-Introduction.” YouTube, uploaded by Kylie Croucher, 19 March 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgVKfTkwU1U 

KQED Arts. “Elements of Dance.” YouTube, uploaded by KQED Art School, 22 February 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGuD9Geeb2k 

Art History 101. “3-3 Choreography Part 1.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8ohAf4icz4 

Art History 101. “3-3 Choreography Part 2.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://youtu.be/BSuLs6Kjy5E  

Art History 101. “3-3 Choreography Part 3.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 21  January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaC22SrSjFY 

Art History 101. “Ballet’s History.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 25 August 2020. https://youtu.be/jIAXYUaZhE0 

Macdonald, Alexandra. “How to Pirouette.” YouTube, uploaded by CBC Arts, 23 December 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AI5VPQK7_I 

Art History 101. “History of Jazz Dance.” YouTube, uploaded by Art History 101, 25 August 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBXy5fiPuv4 

Piccoli, Liz. “How to do the Chasse-Jazz Dance.” YouTube, uploaded by Howcast, 26 July 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjOd-2g508k 

Princiotti, Anthony. “Understanding Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring- Part 1: Dance of the Adolescents.” YouTube, uploaded by Anthony Priniciotti, 17 November 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXUxdF6jo8Y  

Levy, Benjamin. “Episode 10: The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky.” YouTube, uploaded by Classics Explained, 8 August 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UKrmPoJv-k 

Stravinsky, Igor. “Rite of Spring: Joffrey Ballet 1987.” YouTube, uploaded by Uncle Waldemar, 20 May 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo4sf2wT0wU 

Hackford, Taylor. “White Nights: Opening Scene.” YouTube, uploaded by FunnyDancerAnn, 16 April 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF3_UZHaVjY

Petit, Roland. “Le Jeune Homme et la Mort.” YouTube, uploaded by Lilia, 22 December 2014  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlwUs63VsEU 

 

Dance in Context Module 

The World of American Indian Dance.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2003, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=43336. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Barrett, Brian. “Comanche Spring (Part 4 of 6)- Buckskin, Hoop, Southern Straight, and Grass Dance.” YouTube, uploaded by Brian Barrett, 25 April 2013  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRXyoYdf-xc

Barrett, Brian. “Comanche Spring (Part 5 of 6)- Northern Traditional Dance, Fancy Dance.” YouTube, uploaded by Brian Barrett, 25 April 2013  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smSGUDRVPPo 

Lost Worlds. “Cherokee Warrior Dance (Northern Traditional Dance).” YouTube, uploaded by Lost Worlds TV, 27 January 2020  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_jPwLaUB_g 

American Tap.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2018, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=203061. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Hank Smith: Alive & Kicking.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1996, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=118136. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Chacon, Julia and Hill, Krisofer. “Flamenco 101.” YouTube, uploaded by TEDx Talks, 15 March 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCpjPWWQB3s 

Flamenco at 5:15.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 1983, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=52007. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Flamenco Vivo: Alive & Kicking.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2008, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=118133. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

History & Concept Of Hip Hop Dance: The Street Culture That Became a Global Expression.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2009, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=60401. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

When Hip Hop Becomes Art: Revitalizing Contemporary Dance.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2013, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=114453. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.

Beyonce. “Formation-Official Video.” YouTube, uploaded by Beyonce, 9 December 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDZJPJV__bQ 

Beyonce. “Beyonce Live at Super Bowl 2016 Formation-Full Performance.” YouTube, uploaded by Beyonce Paris, 11 August 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hZFz3bHUAg 

Steffanina, Matt. “Formation-Beyonce Dance @ Matt Steffanina Choreography.” YouTube, uploaded by Matt Steffanina, 13 February 2016https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdC8M-RVego  

Cantor, Steven. “Sergei Polunin and Director Steven Cantor Discuss Their New Documentary ‘Dancer’.” YouTube, uploaded by Build Series, 13 February 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbIioFdE7Ak 

Polunin, Sergei. “Sergei Polunin Take Me to Church by Hozier Directed by David LaChapelle’.” YouTube, uploaded by Escuela Terpsicore, 3 November 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozs_f4ZT9sw 

Polunin, Sergei. “Sergei Polunin- 34 Variations’.” YouTube, uploaded by Fiordillilia, 5 April 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxjaMwj9LhE

Bronfman, Hannah. “Hannah Learns About the History of Vogue.” YouTube, uploaded by Popsugar, 30 January 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bejQg8iudiM  

Madonna. “Vogue from Truth or Dare.” YouTube, uploaded by Metehan Karaz, 23 March 2016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ8v2FHMjic 

Navaza, Barbara. “Is Madonna’s Song Vogue Cultural Appropriation?” YouTube, uploaded by Barbara Navaza, 20 October 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_ZQxF--lj8 

Check Your Body at the Door: The Elusive, Artful World of Club Dancing.” Films On Demand, Films Media Group, 2011, fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=95143&xtid=75362. Accessed 8 Apr. 2021.