Context is Everything: How ‘Change’ Manifests n the History of Art at UCR Palm Desert
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UCR Palm Desert Center and UCR Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Present:
Context is Everything: How ‘Change’ Manifests n the History of Art
1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays, Feb. 22,
March 14, March 28, April 1
at UCR Palm Desert Center, 75080 Frank Sinatra Dr.
Context is everything when defining the idea of “change” as it appears throughout the history of art. Scientific breakthroughs during the Renaissance, mechanical devices during the 18th Century, the invention of the camera and the photograph, and the Industrial Revolution changed the way art was made, also influencing the artists that created the most significant works of their time.
This lecture series will use slides and discussion to show how the idea of change manifested, from the Renaissance to Pop Art.
• The Renaissance: Science and Nature
• Impressionism: The Anti-Photograph
• Post-Impressionism: Anticipation of the 20th Century
• Picasso, Cubism, and Early Modernism
• America, the New Frontier: Abstract Impressionism
• Popular Art and the Global Artist
Mark Johnson, has a BA degree in painting and printmaking from Bennington College and has been a full-time artist in the field of art and design for over 30 years. His studies include courses in art history at American University, anatomy drawing at the Corcoran School of Art, Washington DC, and printmaking at the Kala Printmaking Institute in Berkeley, CA. Johnson is also an alumni of Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine.
Title: Context is Everything: How ‘Change’ Manifests in the History of Art
Section #: 193-CCS-400
Registration Fee: $105 (includes parking)
Phone Registration: (951) 827-4105 or (760) 834-0997
Online Registration: https://extension.ucr.edu/course/49254238