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St. Ignantius, ceiling fresco by Giovanni Battista Gauli, (called Baciccia), 1661-79, Rome, Il Gesù, Photo Michel RaguinThrough art, students acquire an understanding not only of perceptions of beauty, but also of power, politics, the environment, global communication, the body and gender, ethics and self-awareness, and the multiplicity, coincidence, and diversity of faiths in the modern world. We are dedicated to helping students acquire the skills and tools to enable them to communicate any subject most effectively. Even introductory courses will include significant discussion, and formal and informal presentations. Our seminars hone students' abilities for a high level of discourse. Whatever context, however, the work of art remains the primary focus.

 

Essentials of a Good Presentation

Offline Image Viewer

The Offline Image Viewer (OIV) is an offline software developed by ARTstor to meet the demands of presenting high-quality digital images for teaching and learning. Use OIV as an image-friendly alternative to other presentations tool, such as PowerPoint and Keynote.

With OIV, you can

  • Deliver offline image presentations
  • Zoom and pan while presenting images
  • Combine local and ARTstor images
  • Import existing PowerPoint presentations
  • Create customized slide layouts using images and text

 

Sample Presentations

Sample presentations are available in the Visual Arts Majors & Minors Moodle site. 
Click here to go to the Moodle site (login required)

 

Image above: St. Ignantius, ceiling fresco by Giovanni Battista Gauli, (called Baciccia), 1661-79, Rome, Il Gesù, Photo Michel Raguin