The Cloverdale Arts Alliance invites you to attend the upcoming DISCOVERING ART series, titled "How to Appreciate Great Art". This program will teach you the specific visual and interpretive skills needed to approach great artworks, finding their deeper meanings and reaching new levels of appreciation. Participants will learn the core elements of the artists' visual language and apply this technical knowledge to major art works in major genres of drawing, printmaking, sculpture and painting from the major eras and movements in Western art, from the Renaissance to the present.
Classes will be held 7 pm to 8:30 pm every other Wednesdays, at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance new home (204 N. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale, CA). Each evening will feature two sessions via DVD presented by a prominent art historian, with a short informal discussion following each.
|October 3||The Complete Picture
|October 17||Northern Renaissance
|November 21||18th —Century Era
Neoclassicism and Romanticism
|December 5||Realism and Impressionism
|January 2||Abstraction and Modernism
To the Museum
Attend all classes, or choose the ones that interest you the most. DISCOVERING ART is meant for a wide audience, from those who are discovering art for the first time to those who have experienced art their entire lives and realize that it is a journey of constant discovery.
In order to reimburse the Cloverdale Arts Alliance (CAA) for the expenses of administration and refreshments, a nominal donation ($3 per evening for CAA affiliates, $5 for non-members) will be requested. Seating is limited to the first 40 participants.
Call 894-4410 for further information and full schedule regarding this or the many other fine Cloverdale Art Alliance programs.
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