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10165 The Art of Seeing  

Can somebody who loves art do more than just look at a piece? Are there different ways to see art? In four sessions, workshop participants expand their ability to appreciate visual art and practice different ways to interact with it. Designed for the average museum-goer and not for the professional, this art experience will emphasize group and individual participation that is both structured and open-ended. Examples will come from the history of Russian art. Optional visit to a local art museum.

June 6: A Little Perspective Please!

June 13: When Color isn’t Color...

June 20: The Jigsaw Puzzle

June 27: Designs on Canvas

July 1: Optional visit to a local art museum, Putting It All Together


Course Full and Waitlist Closed

4 sessions, Thursdays, June 6-27, 12:30-2:00 pm, McNamara Alumni Center, Benson Classroom 235, U of M

The above mentioned course/section is FULL. The waitlist is also full and has been closed.


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