Seminar Dates & Times
Tuesdays | 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. EST
Today’s Art World
Moderated by Professor Rory O’Dea
“Today’s Art World” offers a series of thought-provoking sessions exploring the most pivotal emerging and established artists that shape the landscape of contemporary art. While focused on the art of the twenty-first century, it aims to establish rich connections between the art of the past and present. “Today’s Art World” will examine modern and contemporary art as a truly global phenomenon, and the seminars will explore vital moments of artistic exchange between cultures. Organized around a diverse range of themes, “Today’s Art World” helps us make sense of the complex terrain of contemporary art by connecting individual artists to larger social and artistic contexts as a way to reflect our rapidly shifting global reality.
Visuals will be used.
|Session 1||Soul of a Nation: Black Art Matters|
|Session 2||Storytelling: Contemporary Art, Documentary, and Fiction|
|Session 3||The Photograph as Contemporary Art|
|Session 4||Place and Space: Art in the Public Sphere|
|Session 5||Encountering the Spiritual in Contemporary Art|
|Session 6||Autumn in New York: A Virtual Tour of NYC Galleries|
Seminar Cost: $450 (tax-deductible portion $225)