Six-week class beginning January 4, 2021
Everyone seems to be able to recognize Impressionist works, but the details and context are not always known. We’ll start with the basics: What exactly was it anyway? Why did it arise in Paris, in the later 1800s? What was new about the paintings and prints called "Impressionist"? Their form? Their ideas? Or both? Grapple with these issues in group discussion as you become familiar with the art works and the circumstances in which they were made. The EAC is pleased to welcome Holly Clayson to our faculty. Holly is a renowned art historian, professor emerita from Northwestern University, and longtime EAC printmaking student.
This interactive online class is presented via Zoom. Please download Zoom prior to your first class: www.zoom.us/download
You will be emailed Zoom meeting instructions, including a unique URL and meeting ID, to join the class 1 day before the start of the class.
Review the supply list posted. Students are responsible for purchasing all necessary supplies except where indicated.
Classes that do not meet enrollment minimums will be cancelled three days prior to the start of the class.
Your price, which appears in the box to the right, has been automatically calculated from the following levels:
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Except for the Independent Study Program, EAC membership is no longer required to take adult classes. EAC members receive a tuition discount on all adult classes, youth classes and workshops. A $75 Independent Study membership is required to participate in the Independent Study Program. The Evanston resident discount no longer applies.