Women Artists through History with Erin Dusza - February
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Women Artists through History with Erin Dusza
1 Session | All Levels | Price: $20 | Max. 24
ARTZ1525 | Sunday, February 15, 2 – 4pm
Art History Professor, Erin Duzsa asks: why did women struggle to become artists? What obstacles did they face? How did women artists contribute to Art History? This class will cover the Renaissance through early 20th century art and will include an examination of artistic training, techniques, salons and receptions to women artists. There will also be discussions of female patrons, and innovators. Come see history from a feminine perspective! *Class will be presented in an interactive lecture format.
Erin Dusza is an Art History Instructor with a BFA in Theater Design, and an MA in Art History. She has presented at conferences and published an academic article. Her research interests vary over many time periods and she loves sharing her enthusiasm with others. History is fun, let her show you!
This event takes place at our Buckhead store.
If this class is sold out and you would like to be added to our wait list, please email the Education Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the Binders blog and read our Q&A with this instructor to learn more. And visit their website at: http://www.erindusza.com/