Art Presentations by Wendy Evans

 


To receive regular e-mail updates listing currently-scheduled lectures, tours, and other offerings contact wendyevans@art-talks.org

 

Talks scheduled in public venues through December 2018:


Wednesday November 14 

Farmington Art Foundation

7:30 - 8:30 pm

A Designing Family
The Saarinens

Saarinen House at Cranbrook exemplifies Eliel Saarinen's belief that an architect's mission is total design from the building and its setting to the spoon on the table inside. He believed in including his talented family in design as well.  This class will focus on Eliel Saarinen's buildings at Cranbrook, but will begin with his work in his native Finland and branch out to include designs by Lola, Pipa, and Eero Saarinen.

Visitors welcome
The talk will begin in Farmington Hills Public Library at 7:30 pm after a 6:45 pm business meeting.


Thursday November 15 

Jewish Community Center

1:00 am - noon

The Saarinens
A Designing Family

Saarinen House at Cranbrook exemplifies Eliel Saarinen's belief that an architect's mission is total design from the building and its setting to the spoon on the table inside. He believed in including his talented family in design as well.  This class will focus on Eliel Saarinen's buildings at Cranbrook, but will begin with his work in his native Finland and branch out to include designs by wife Lola, their daughter Pipa, and their architect son Eero Saarinen.

Open to anyone 55+ (fee $5)
Registration not required
Information at http://www.jccdet.org/adults/active-life/ 
or contact Rosa Chessler at 248 432-5467 or rchessler@jccdet.org



Tuesday December 4

Farmington Hills Senior Services

10:00 - 11:30 am

 Saints and Sinners

We all love stories.  

This illustrated presentation looks at tales of villains and heroes from various cultures as pictured by artists.  From ancient times on artists have considered examples of virtue and vice a prime source of inspiration.  

We'll look at a range of responses from serious to romantic, and devout to irreverent.

Dine and Discover Program
Open to a
dults 50 and better
Non-residents welcome for same lunch fee if they pay annual fee
Information call 248 473-1830
Registration required


Wednesday December

Village Club, Bloomfield Hills

10:00 - 11:30 am

Illustrations in Books for Children

Books for children have some of the best illustrations. We'll look at examples from late 19th and early 20th century artists like Randolph Caldecott, E. H. Sheperd, and Beatrix Potter on to contemporary award winners like Angela Barrett, Jerry Pinkney, Maurice Sendak, and Mo Willems.

Please register at least a day in advance if possible. Non-members are welcome.
Information on fee and registration for classes at 248 644-3450 or at www.thevillageclub.org


 

WEDNESday December 12

Jewish Community Center

11:00 am - noon

(not Thursday - JCC had conflict)

 Saints and Sinners

 

We all love stories.  This illustrated presentation looks at tales of villains and heroes from various cultures as pictured by artists.  From ancient times on artists have considered examples of virtue and vice a prime source of inspiration.  We'll look at a range of responses from serious to romantic, and devout to irreverent.

Open to anyone 55+
Registration not required
Information at http://www.jccdet.org/adults/active-life/ 
or contact Rosa Chessler at 248 432-5467 or rchessler@jccdet.org



I am scheduled to talk also to the following private groups over this period:- All Seasons of Birmingham and West Bloomfield, DIA IPV Peer to Peer Enrichment group, and SOAR Macomb.

I give talks in private homes. If you are interested in a talk for a private or public group contact me.

To receive regular e-mail updates listing currently-scheduled lectures, tours, and other offerings contact
wendyevans@art-talks.org

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Art, like morality, consists of drawing a line.

 

G. K. Chesterton