CRAO NC525 - Antiques, Art and Modernism: For Older Adults

Art, Antiques, and Modernism for Older Adults is always fresh and vital if you have inherited items or are fascinated by art, antiques, cultures, and history. Teacher talks are followed by physical examination of art and antiques in a "road show" style class, without values, but with the keys to tell genuine from fake and evaluate cultural influences. Lectures focus on current topics at the forefront of the fine and decorative art world from Tut to Banksy, the Renaissance to Rushca. Students who wish to are encouraged to create physical or virtual presentations of antique, modern, and contemporary examples to share with the class. Sample topics include: Einstein’s Theory relative 20th century art, folk art, silver, Asian and Latin American arts, Native American basketry, book arts, Van Gogh's collection, Outsider Art, The Harlem Renaissance, and more.

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  • Title: CRAO NC525 Antiques, Art and Modernism: For Older Adults
  • CRN: 68492
  • Instructor: Alice Karle
  • Section Corequisites: NONE
  • Bldg/Room: SCHOTT 06 Schott Campus

  • Meeting Time
    M 05:30pm - 07:30pm HOTT 06 Schott Campus 01/23/23 03/18/23
    Seating Availability
    Waitlist Availability
    Capacity Taken Available Capacity Taken Available
    35 11 24 0 0 0
    Critical Dates for this Course
    Term: Spring 2023
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    Census Date: 18-MAR-2023

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