FA289 (Liberal Arts) Caribbean Art 3 hrs. 3 crs. This course is a broad survey of Caribbean art from an aesthetic, social and historical viewpoint. The course will investigate and analyze modes of production, visual and other aesthetics, and societal roles of art and artists from the Caribbean, beginning in the pre-Columbian period and ending in modern times. Unique and regional approaches to art-making will be explored within a wider survey of visual culture in the Caribbean Basin area.