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 through June 2021

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Wendy's Art History Series ZOOM

This is a continuing series that began for a restricted class in 2018 with Ancient Mesopotamia. While it is on Zoom we have expanded it so anyone interested may attend but must register. The next classes deal with the period between the World Wars.

Tuesdays May 25, June 8   10:00 am - noon

REGISTRATION REQUIRED if you have not already been attending this series and would like to attend.

Information and registration from Wendy at wendyevans@art-talks.org

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Thursdays April 15, 22, 29, May 5 2021

JLearn ZOOM

noon - 1:30 pm

A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words: Jewish Photographers

Photography began in the 1800s without a tradition or any establishment of entry. Many Jewish people became photographers and influenced this new form of art. This course will explore a variety of talented Jewish photographers, both famous and lesser known.
Explore Albert Stieglitz who was instrumental in getting photography recognized as an art form, and others like him who were interested in abstraction. Study the works of Ben Shahn and Alfred Eisenstadt who used their art primarily to document the world. We will also look at the works of Diane Arbus and Annie Leibovitz whose primary focus is mankind.

Information and registration on line at JLearn
REGISTRATION REQUIRED for the complete series
Tuition $80 - no single classes
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Wednesdays June 16, 23, 30, 2021

Elderwise ZOOM

10:00am - noon

Art Controversies: Old and New

For a variety of reasons, art has remained controversial over the centuries. In these class sessions we will explore some of the more controversial issues, such as: Does art require craftsmanship, beauty, or fine materials? Is it the artist's mind or his/her hand that is crucial? What about art created with the help of assistants or optical devices?
Is Impressionism a "mess of palette scrapings as one critic claimed? Is modern art somthing your child could have produced? Where is the line between art and pornography, art and sacrilege, art and vandalism, art and propaganda?Who should keep art that was plundered long ago?
Join us in this course for a lively discussion of these and many more probing questions about art.

Online registration available now at Elderwise or 734 340-4691
Fee: Nonnember $45   Member $30
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During this period I will also be giving Zoom talks for ALI, All Seasons of Birmingham, West Blooomfield, and Rochester Hills, Cedarbrook, Eastside Handweavers,  Huntington Woods Library, Macomb MORE, Roosevelt Hadassah, and SOAR.

If you belong to any of these groups, do come!

If you have a group who would like a Zoom talk 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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Life is the leaves which shape and nourish a plant, but art is the flower which embodies its meaning.

 

Charles Rennie Mackintosh