Welcome to AP Art History!
Important Study Materials
Study Guides (These will be printed out and given to you. Please make sure to also take notes and do your own research / review with the resources below).
Study Guide Slide Shows (PDF) [Hendrickson, Henry J. Kaiser High School, Fontana, CA]
GLOSSARY of AP Terms
You will use this page as a starting place for all the notes, images, slideshows, etc. The folders below will be available for you to access but not alter. Look at, print out, read, etc… This is going to be a popular site to visit this year. Make sure you are making good notes as well throughout the process. The very act of writing and drawing will help you know about and understand the ideas better.
Finally, and based on my own work “as a student,” it is important that you plan on about 30 minutes to an hour every day to read, watch, make notes, review, and even make art for this college level course. There are no trick questions, no “gotcha'” questions, nothing that isn’t or hasn’t been clearly laid out for you. The challenge you will face is dedicating the time to the work.
– Mr. Korb
Overview and Reference Materials
AP Classroom – This is your place to log in, take quizzes, research from AP and more
2020 Summer Workshop Master – Good introduction materials for us
The AP Art History Course and Exam Description – This is the WHOLE Enchilada!
Units and Image Sets
Additional Resources for Further Research
Smarthistory resources for required works
Khan Academy A.P. Art History Prep
Google Arts and Culture
National Gallery of Art
Chicago Art Institute
St. Louis Art Museum
The Phillips Collection
The Tate Modern
A very special thanks to Mr. Mark Hendrickson (AP Art teacher extraordinaire) for his help in developing this course for me. Without the assistance here, we might all just be cozying up with a textbook! Year 1 would be harder uphill without his incredible generosity and assistance. Thanks Mr. Hendrickson.