Certified Art History Professional (CAHP)
Art is a visual medium through which human ingenuity is communicated. The academic study of the evolution, timelines, and historical developments of the many visual arts and its representations through the use of line, shape, color, form, texture, and space is known as art history. This encompasses, to name a few, visual arts like painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, videography, filmmaking, design, and crafts. Cultural, political, religious, and economic aspects that affect how visual works of art appear are also examined in art history.
With the Certified Art History Professional certification, you can learn about global history and culture through the perspective of artists.
You will study various pre-1770 European art forms, such as Byzantine, Viking, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance art, and post-1770 European art with movements like Romanticism, Impressionism, and Expressionism, before moving on to post-colonial art. You will also learn about pre-Islamic, Persian, and Islamic Middle Eastern art.
Certification Program Objectives:
- Find out what historical sociocultural, political, sociological, and economic changes may teach us about art.
- Find out about ancient and prehistoric art.
- Examine post-colonial, European, and Middle Eastern art.
- Recognize modern and contemporary art
- Hone your visual, auditory, and kinesthetic talents
Module 1: Prehistoric Art
Module 2: Antiquity – Asia, Greek and Roman Art, Ancient American, Asian and African Art
Module 3: Middle Eastern Art
Module 4: Contemporary Art