Tuition Free Class: Explorations in Art History: Art and the Natural Environment

InstructorAmanda Lampel
ScheduleThursdays · 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
DatesOctober 6–27, 2022
AgesAdults
TypeOnsite
LevelAll Levels
Cost$0.00

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This class is part of our Art For Everyone series and is offered tuition-free for those experiencing economic hardship during the pandemic. Please register if cost has been a barrier to your participation at the Art Center. Spaces are limited and are first come, first serve. If cost is not prohibitive for you, please consider registering for a class that is not part of the Art for Everyone series. There are many exciting and inspiring classes available. Feel free to browse online or call for more information about our offerings. Registration is still required for tuition free classes. By registering for a class, you are committing to attending all class sessions. Supplies are not provided.

 
Over four weeks, we will learn about the relationship between art and the environment. From ancient mound builders to contemporary earthwork artists, this class will survey centuries of humanity’s relationship with the earth and its resources. Based in lecture, discussion, and observation of artworks, this class will foster a friendly environment for learners of all levels to engage with this subject matter. We will also tour the exhibition Risky Beauty in the Art Center galleries together as a class.

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