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About the Portfolio

In AP Art History, you will study the history of art from prehistory to the present. You will examine artworks through observation, conversation, reading, and research.

The AP Art History course welcomes students into the global art world as active participants, engaging with its forms and content as they research, discuss, read, and write about art, artists, art making, and responses to and interpretations of art. The study of art history invites students to discover the diversity in and connections among forms of artistic expression throughout history and from around the globe.

College Course Equivalent: AP Art History is the equivalent of a two-semester introductory college or university art history survey course.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisite courses for AP Art History.

Portfolio Components

80 questions - 50% of the Score

There are two types of multiple-choice questions on the exam:

  • Sets of 2-3 questions, with each set based on color images of works of art.
  • Individual questions, some of which are based on color images of works of art.

The multiple-choice section includes images of works of art both in and beyond the image set.

You’ll be asked to:

  • Analyze visual and contextual elements of works of art and link them to a larger artistic tradition
  • Compare 2 or more works
  • Attribute works of art beyond the image set
  • Analyze art historical interpretations

6 questions - 50% of the Score

There are six free-response questions on the exam:

  • Question 1: Long Essay–Comparison will ask you to compare a required work of art and another of your choosing and explain the significance of the similarities and differences between those works, citing evidence to support their claim.
  • Question 2:Long Essay–Visual/Contextual Analysis will ask you to select and identify a work of art and make assertions about it based on evidence.
  • Question 3: Short Essay–Visual Analysis will ask you to describe a work of art beyond the image set and connect it to an artistic tradition, style, or practice.
  • Question 4: Short Essay–Contextual Analysis will ask you to describe contextual influences of a work of art in the image set and explain how context can influence artistic decisions or affect the meaning of a work of art.
  • Question 5: Short Essay–Attribution will ask you to attribute a work of art beyond the image set to a particular artist, culture, or style, and justify your assertions with evidence.
  • Question 6: Short Essay–Continuity and Change will ask you to analyze the relationship between a provided work of art and a related artistic tradition, style, or practice.
  • Questions 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will include images of works of art.

Course Content

In AP Art History, you will study the history of art from prehistory to the present. You will examine artworks through observation, conversation, reading, and research.

Global Prehistory, 30,000–500 BCE

You’ll learn about the origins of human art across the globe during the Stone Age.

Ancient Mediterranean, 3500 BCE–300 CE

You’ll study a broad range of artistic works from the civilizations of the ancient Near East and Egypt, as well as the Greek, Etruscan, and Roman cultures.

Early Europe and Colonial Americas, 200–1750 CE

You’ll explore the evolution of art from the early Middle Ages through the mid-18th century in Europe and the Americas.

Later Europe and Americas, 1750–1980 CE

You’ll study the effect of rapid societal change on art from the modern period in Europe and the Americas.

Indigenous Americas, 1000 BCE–1980 CE

You’ll understand the roots and evolution of indigenous American art from the ancient civilizations of Central and South America to Native North American societies.

Africa, 1100–1980 CE

You’ll explore the diversity of African art and the role it played in the many and varied societies on the continent.

West and Central Asia, 500 BCE–1980 CE

You’ll learn about the techniques, materials, and evolution of art throughout West and Central Asia.

South, East, and Southeast Asia, 300 BCE–1980 CE

You’ll study the tradition of Asian art from prehistoric times to modern works.

The Pacific, 700-1980 CE

You’ll study the wide-ranging types of art from the vast network of islands in the Pacific Ocean stretching from Australia to Hawaii.

Global Contemporary, 1980 CE to Present

You’ll study the many forms of modern art from across the globe.

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Embark on a journey of comprehensive coverage of AP Art History concepts with our program, featuring over 20+ hours of dedicated instruction. Immerse yourself in the subject matter, master essential topics, and build a robust foundation that goes beyond conventional teaching methods.

Recognizing that every student has a unique learning pace, our classes are meticulously paced according to your individual needs. This flexibility empowers you to grasp concepts thoroughly, ensuring a comfortable progression through the curriculum.

Homework assignments form an integral part of our program. Upon completing each unit, engaging homework is provided to reinforce your understanding and allow you to apply the knowledge acquired in a practical context.

We are unwavering in our commitment to ensuring that your doubts and questions are promptly addressed. Benefit from our unlimited doubt classes, providing you with ample opportunities to seek clarification and bolster your confidence in your understanding of the subject.

This invaluable opportunity allows you to analyze your performance, gain insights into your mistakes, and refine your test-taking strategies under expert guidance.

Collaboration among educators, students, and parents is pivotal for academic success. Experience the benefits of regular Parent-Teacher Meetings, where we discuss your progress, share insights, and address any concerns. This collaborative approach creates a supportive learning environment that goes beyond the ordinary.

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