“Getting” Contemporary Art: Is Less More? Sculpture, Minimalism, and the Work of Eva LeWitt

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:30 am to 1 pm

Adult Learners
Five-class series: $200; $180 member
Drop-in class: $40; $36 member
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Is Less More? Sculpture, Minimalism, and the Work of Eva LeWitt

This 5-session course provides a roadmap to explore the central themes and ideas that have influenced artistic practice since the 1960s.

In an intimate studio setting, participants will build skills to analyze, interpret, and discuss contemporary art while looking closely at works in the Museum.

This course includes a unique, behind-the-scenes opportunity to meet with exhibiting artist Zoë Sheehan Saldaña at the November 20 class, during the installation of her exhibition There Must Be Some Way Out of Here.

“Getting” Contemporary Art is led by Danielle Ogden, MA., Ed.M. Danielle has over fifteen years of academic and museum experience. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Fairfield University teaching the Modern Art and History, Theory and Practice of Museums courses. She also serves as a Museum Specialist to the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, CT focused on Adult Learning. Prior to this she supported the launch of the National Gallery Singapore, as Senior Manager of Adult Learning and Access Programs.