Art and Communication

Date & Time: May 30th, 2015 (15:00-20:00)
Venue: Auditorium 1, Department of History.

Art has not only been an integral part of our global culture in its historical course over the centuries, but it also consists a main channel of communication, since its various elements provide us the expressive means of representing experiences, ideas and emotions. In this context, one can trace art’s communicative aspect in matters relating to: a) the expressive and functional needs of artistic creation, b) society, aesthetics, ideology, politics and economy, c) cultural identity. This communicative and mediating role of visual expression, among others, can be traced through the exploration of the major artistic eras and through the reading of those works having emerged as reference points during the history of art.

Seminars' Instructors
Evangelia Diamantopoulou

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