Art Appreciation: Survey of American Art (six-week class)

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Art Appreciation: Survey of American Art (six-week class)

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Mondays, February 5 - March 12 (6-8pm)
Skill Level: Beginning to Intermediate
Instructor: Jan Hurndon, M.A. History and Culture, Union Institute and University
Fee: FREE for Members, $60 non-Members

The United States holds a unique place in the world as a successful melting pot of many cultures. That same e pluribus unum diversity is reflected in the story of American art. From its European roots in the colonial period to its undisputed global dominance in the 20th century, art in our vast freedom-loving country has forged its own independent path and fulfilled a creative “manifest destiny” that is distinctly American. We will explore the broad contours of American art in the context of regional differences, historical events, and the ever-changing lens of popular culture. Join us as we discover the major personalities, works, and styles that have come to define American painting, sculpture, and architecture -- the art in the country that we call “home”!


REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Sunday, January 28, 2018
Any registrations submitted after the registration deadline includes a $35 late fee.