June Art History Classes
Posted by Jen Messier on may 23, 2018 under Blog Post
Hey art lovers! We have a few art history classes coming up in June that we wanted to share with you:
June 7 - A History of Art Crime
In this talk, we'll explore the history of art crime, from famous cases like the Isabella Stewart Gardner theft and the story of the Ghent Altarpiece recovery, to current issues with the black market.
June 10 - Women Artists You Should Know, Part 2
Join us to learn about the lives and works of six women artists that changed art history. These creative and dynamic women, changed art forever and fought for their place in the narrative.
June 27 - The Pope DOES Wear a Funny Hat: Symbolism in Medieval and Renaissance Art
Ever wondered why the Pope wears a hat shaped like a fish, or why baby Jesus is depicted squeezing a tiny bird to death? Now is your chance to find out!
Learn about the history behind well known symbols in western Medieval and Renaissance art.