Looking at Art: An Historical Review Class Series

Take this four-part class series for an overview of world art from the Middle Ages to the present. | Adults

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Central Library, Community Room
4 Mondays | 6:30 – 7:45 PM | 18+

Take a tour of world art from the Middle Ages to the present. Art historian and librarian Guy McLain will review the architecture, painting, and sculpture of some of art history’s most significant traditions and styles in this fascinating, four-part series complete with visuals and lively discussion.

Consideration of major political and social movements and how they affected art will help make this a well-rounded review of some of the worlds most enduring art. Please register below. 18+

September 16 –  Class 1 – includes a look at the art of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.   Register

September 23 – Class 2 – takes students through the Baroque and the Neo-Classical periods.   Register

September 30th – Class 3 – covers the 19th Century, concentrating on Impressionism, and the American Gilded Age.   Register

October 7 – Class 4 – explores Twentieth Century art, and continues through the present time.   Register