Tag: art history
Art Camps for students ages 7-11.
Summer camps are a week-long immersion into a particular artistic genre or media. The summer curriculum was mindfully created with the intention of growth in technical, conceptual and fine-motor skills- all in a fun and relaxed environment.
Color Explosion: June3-7
Fun with Fibers- Knitting: June 10-15
Mini-Masters: June …
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The Medieval World in a Spanish Context
Thursday, March 8 –
Friday, March 9 Organized by Amanda W. Dotseth, the Meadows/Mellon/Prado curatorial fellow, this symposium brings together international scholars on the art of the Middle Ages to explore the breadth of objects found within the context of Spanish collections, both medieval …
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Celebrating the art of the masters for kids! Join us for 6 weeks, enjoying 3 master artists and over 12 take home projects. We will focus on art appreciation, coupled with art history & skills practice. Teaching studio artist Heather Mac will be leading students through active, hands-on projects to awaken their joy in …
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Walter Isaacson, famed author and biographer, returns to North Texas!
He’s written books about Albert Einstein, Henry Kissinger, Steve Jobs, Ben Franklin and others.
And now, the veteran Council guest speaker has turned his attention to a genius among geniuses, Leonard Da Vinci (1452-1519), the artist, sculptor, inventor, scientist, architect, etc.
Though he was …
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LUIS MARTÍN LECTURE SERIES IN THE HUMANITIES
Reflecting on Ribera: Art and Culture in Spain and Spanish Naples, 1600-1700 Four Fridays, February 3 – March 3, 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Adam Jasienski, assistant professor of art history, SMU
This lecture series investigates the world and work of Spanish-born artist Jusepe de …
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CASETA is the Center for Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art.
The mission of CASETA is to promote the preservation, study and appreciation of Texas visual arts and its history.
–List is reprinted from the January 2017 CASETA News – subscribe at http://www.caseta.org/. For updates to the calendar, go to http://www.caseta.org/events/index.
Early Texas Art Exhibitions across Texas …
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CASETA, Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art, is pleased to share with early Texas art researchers, scholars and enthusiasts the text version of the
Dictionary of Texas Artists,
1800 – 1945 compiled by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer, Texas A&M University Press. CASETA wants to thank …
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North Lake College Professor Brett Dyer will present “The Family Legacy of Art” on Monday, April 18, at the National Scouting Museum, 1329 West Walnut Hill Lane in Irving at 7pm. As part of the 9th Annual Celebrating Irving: The City and The Man and the recent visit of folk artist Will Moses, …
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