Art in Paris: 1900-1940 *NEW*

Between 1900 and 1940, Paris drew artists from all over the world and became a center for creative activity. Known as the School of Paris, these included both French and émigré artists such as Picasso, Soutine, Miro, Chagall, Giacometti, Modigliani, and many other important artists working in Paris. We will also discuss major movements of art and the artists’ relationship with the historical and social background of their time. At each session, we will view works by three or four artists and learn interesting facts about their lives, the characteristics of their art, and their contributions to art history. Instructor: Susan Glassman

Sections

PAAR-FA20.01

Start Date

September 18, 2020

Time

2:00pm

Location

Online

Cost

$180.00

Availability

0

7 Fridays, 2-3:30pm. Begins September 18.

This class will meet online using Zoom. The zoom link and information on how to join will be emailed to you.

If you register the day before the class begins or after the first date, please contact zoom@ccae.org for the link.

Instructors: Susan Glassman

Instructor

Susan Glassman

Ph.D., English, University of Rhode Island

Susan Glassman received a master's degree from N.Y.U. and a Ph.D. from the University of Rhode Island, both in English. She taught English at the University of Massachusetts and was also the director of a peer tutoring program there. She also studied art history independently and was a docent at the Harvard University Art Museums for seventeen years, frequently guiding and teaching visitors of all ages.