Art Appreciation: Contemporary Art (six-week class)

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Art Appreciation: Contemporary Art (six-week class)

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Mondays, September 25 - October 30, 6-8pm
Skill Level: Beginning to Intermediate
Instructor: Andrea Brickey, MA Art History, University of South Florida, Tampa
Fee: $100 for Members, $140 Non-Members
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Sunday, September 17, 2017
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Mondays, September 25 - October 30, 6-8pm
Skill Level: Beginning to Intermediate
Instructor: Andrea Brickey, MA Art History, University of South Florida, Tampa
Fee: $100 Members, $140 Non-Members

This course is designed to help learners of all levels and interests appreciate contemporary art that is not always appealing or easy to understand. The course will begin with an approachable explanation of the origins of contemporary art, including modernism and post-modernism. From there, students will learn about different modes of interpreting art, and the ways in which they can use these interpretive tools to understand challenging artistic movements such as: abstract expressionism, found object art, public art, and performance art.