To the right you can see LHU studets at the National Archeological Museum in Naples gathered in front of the Farnese Hercules which once graced the Baths of Caracalla in Ancient Rome. The Naples museum houses the largest collection of works from classical antiquity in the world, including the objects recovered from the nearby excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii. Other highlights include the Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Caracalla and the Alexander the Great mosaic from the House of the Faun, Pompeii.
ART318 Introduction to Digital Photography. This course will introduce students to taking photographs with digital cameras. (advanced photographers will sign up for ART425). Topics covered include camera selection, camera use, optics, and understanding digital technology. Fundamental art concepts for taking good photographs will be covered including composition, lighting, use of value, texture, shape, and color interaction. These concepts will be addressed through photographing the landscapes, people and scenes of Italy in Rome, Venice, Florence and other sites. Class size is limited to allow one on one instruction. Students will also study important photographers and their contribution to the art of photography. Faculty and students will discuss finding meaning through and in photography.
ART328 Visual Arts Humanities Seminar