Exhibitions That Made Art History

Fifty and Better Summer Session 2

Exhibitions That Made Art History

This class will look at some of these momentous exhibitions to see how they were conceived and organized, what was shown and how they were received. In addition to the exhibition, we will also look at the first Salon d'Automne, Germany's first Brücke and first Der Blaue Reiter exhibitions, London' Manet and the Post-Impressionists, among other in Europe, bringing us to the momentous 1912 Armory Show in New York. A more detailed description can be found on our website.

Katherine E. Zoraster is an art historian and professor of art history at several local colleges specializing in Western art from the Renaissance to the 20th century. She graduated with a double major in English literature and art history from the University of California, Lo Angeles. Following her undergraduate degree, she received a master's degree with distinction in art history from California State University, Northridge.

The course is 4 weeks and will take place July 26, August 2, 9 and 16.

Registration is required by 3p.m. Friday, July 23. Cost is $25 per course or bundle all 6 Summer Session 2 courses for $100. Courses are limited to those age 50 and older.

The Fifty and Better program was designed to offer university-level courses (no tests, no homework) taught by experts in the field, and to host social engagement activities for individuals age 50 and older.


Register by 3 p.m. Friday, July 23

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