Spring 2022 Courses / Visual and Performing Arts / ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK
Coordinators: Linda Downs, Lynnel Garabedian, Bob Reiss, Ellen Shapiro
“Artists and Their Work” is an art history course that explores the lives and work of artists throughout the world.
The course prompts discussion of style, meaning, media, and aesthetics as well as philosophical, social, and political issues, including public reception and lasting influence of the work under consideration.
This semester is designated as Presenter’s Choice; all artists, periods, and media are open for presentation. The 2022 fall semester will be devoted to photography from Louis Daguerre (1787–1851) to Annie Leibovitz (1949 -).
A WEEK / TUES / 10:30am to 12:00pm
Fall 2022 Class Schedule: Artists and Their Work
Sophie Taeuber Arp and Jean (Hans) Arp
Alberto Giocometti / Francis Bacon
Josef Albers and Anni Albers