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While you won’t walk away with an actual diploma, this engaging, yet highly informative seminar DOES offer mini-versions of the essential courses included in the typical art major.
Besides Art History and Art Appreciation, there are hands-on drawing exercises that demonstrate the thought processes and techniques behind making a piece of art, and a general discussion on developing creativity. NO PREVIOUS ART EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIRED.
This entertaining and fact-filled lecture shows how an artist creates the mood of a painting, and communicates a message in a strictly visual medium. Learn how to approach a work of art from an artist’s point of view, and find out some of the fascinating stories behind great works of art.
Not just another “art’s greatest hits,” full of dates and “isms,” this lively, informative talk gives the big themes of art’s development since the earliest cave paintings, and how we got to where we are today. Includes the most recent findings on the origins of art.
Gene Wisniewski received his art education at the New York Academy of Art, The National Academy of Design, The New School and L’Ecole Albert Defois. He has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, among other cities. He is the author of The Art Collection, a collection of writings on the art world.
The Six-Hour Art Major
Before & After the Renaissance