HRT 101 - Art & History of Horticulture3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
This is a two-faceted course that first introduces students to the artistic elements and concepts used within horticulture and landscape design as well as reviewing the part horticulture and landscape design has played in history. An introduction to major historical designers and their contributions to society is included. This course will provide insight into the artistic use of color, form, scale, texture, light, dark, and season in horticulture and give the student an opportunity to observe the use of these elements within artwork and designs created by historically significant designers in art, the outdoor landscape, and other horticultural media.
Usually offered Fall semester
General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)
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