• Sessions: 3
    Class Date(s): 09-15-2021 to 09-29-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Oasis Rochester
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    Artists' training before recent times meant that most women who became professional artists were the daughters of artists. Artemisia Gentileschi, whose gory scenes of female heroines have fueled speculation about their autobiographic content, was the most famous woman artist of the 17th century. This three-session class will look at conditions for... read more
    Artists' training before recent times meant that most women who became professional artists were the daughters of artists. Artemisia Gentileschi, whose gory scenes of female heroines have fueled speculation about their autobiographic content, was the most famous woman artist of the 17th century. This three-session class will look at conditions for becoming an artist as a woman, and will discuss works of Gentileschi and other Renaissance and Baroque women painters
  • Sessions: 3
    Class Date(s): 09-15-2021 to 09-29-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Zoom
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    Artists' training before recent times meant that most women who became professional artists were the daughters of artists. Artemisia Gentileschi, whose gory scenes of female heroines have fueled speculation about their autobiographical content, was the most famous woman artist of the 17th century. This three-session class will look at conditions for... read more
    Artists' training before recent times meant that most women who became professional artists were the daughters of artists. Artemisia Gentileschi, whose gory scenes of female heroines have fueled speculation about their autobiographical content, was the most famous woman artist of the 17th century. This three-session class will look at conditions for becoming an artist as a woman, and will discuss works of Gentileschi and other Renaissance and Baroque women painters. Register for this class if you will only be viewing via Zoom. You must have a computer/tablet/phone with audio and video capability.
  • Sessions: 5
    Class Date(s): 11-03-2021 to 12-08-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Oasis Rochester
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    There was no distinction between art, natural history, science, history, and anthropology in the collections of princes and aristocrats that became the first public museums. This five-session class looks at the origins of museums, changes in their definition and roles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and ways in which modern museums... read more
    There was no distinction between art, natural history, science, history, and anthropology in the collections of princes and aristocrats that became the first public museums. This five-session class looks at the origins of museums, changes in their definition and roles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and ways in which modern museums present cultural ideas. 
  • Sessions: 5
    Class Date(s): 11-03-2021 to 12-08-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Zoom
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    There was no distinction between art, natural history, science, history, and anthropology in the collections of princes and aristocrats that became the first public museums. This five-session class looks at the origins of museums, changes in their definition and roles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and ways in which modern museums... read more
    There was no distinction between art, natural history, science, history, and anthropology in the collections of princes and aristocrats that became the first public museums. This five-session class looks at the origins of museums, changes in their definition and roles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and ways in which modern museums present cultural ideas. Class is given via Zoom. You must have a computer/tablet/phone with audio and video capability.
  • Sessions: 3
    Class Date(s): 10-13-2021 to 10-27-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Oasis Rochester
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    Both Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis, a group of artists to which Vuillard and Bonnard belonged, were actively involved with show business in the 1890s. Toulouse-Lautrec made posters for nightclubs such as the Moulin Rouge, and collaborated with entertainers in branding themselves. Vuillard and Bonnard designed sets and programs for the avant-garde Théatre... read more
    Both Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis, a group of artists to which Vuillard and Bonnard belonged, were actively involved with show business in the 1890s. Toulouse-Lautrec made posters for nightclubs such as the Moulin Rouge, and collaborated with entertainers in branding themselves. Vuillard and Bonnard designed sets and programs for the avant-garde Théatre de l'OEuvre. This three-session class will look at their works for different venues, and at theater and entertainment in the belle époque.
  • Sessions: 3
    Class Date(s): 10-13-2021 to 10-27-2021
    Day(s) of the week: Wednesday
    Time: 11:00 AM → 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Grace Seiberling, Art Historian
    Term: 2021-3
    Location: Zoom
    REGISTRATION OPENS ON 08-16-2021 AT 12:00 AM
    Both Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis, a group of artists to which Vuillard and Bonnard belonged, were actively involved with show business in the 1890s. Toulouse-Lautrec made posters for nightclubs such as the Moulin Rouge, and collaborated with entertainers in branding themselves. Vuillard and Bonnard designed sets and programs for the avant-garde Théatre... read more
    Both Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis, a group of artists to which Vuillard and Bonnard belonged, were actively involved with show business in the 1890s. Toulouse-Lautrec made posters for nightclubs such as the Moulin Rouge, and collaborated with entertainers in branding themselves. Vuillard and Bonnard designed sets and programs for the avant-garde Théatre de l'OEuvre. This three-session class will look at their works for different venues, and at theater and entertainment in the belle époque. Register for this class if you will only be viewing via Zoom. You must have a computer/tablet/phone with audio and video capability.

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