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History of Latin American Architecture and Art

Topics on Latin American art and architecture

overview

This course is theoretical-practical and teaches students to develop the skill to analyze as an opportunity learns about the Latin American culture and its architecture and art history. It is offered to all students with no previous knowledge of design. To travel through time in Latin America, to grasp the main events and influences that contributed to past and present architecture, analyzing the artistic manifestations, and achieving a better understanding of the culture. Through guided theoretical classes assisted by visual images and the visits to museums and specific sectors of San José, this course offers the opportunity to expand the knowledge of the Latin American culture through the history of its architecture and the richness of its art, with a closer look to the diversity of the Latin American society and a general view of the land and perform work in the workshop and the Fablab.

Code

ARCH 3112

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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