Importance of Figurative Art
Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 6pm
AB Dow Classes
Imitation, or realistic representation, has been a major goal of visual artists since early times. This series
explores the actual and symbolic treatment of the human form throughout the ages. We will delve into the
sources, historical context, innovations and media artists use to convey personality, emotion, beliefs,
symbolic impact, and overall meaning artists use when paying homage to the body.
This class will also have the opportunity to see and discuss the Anatomical Invitational Drawing exhibit held
in the galleries.
Date(s):  January 22 - February 26, 2013
Day(s) of week:  Tuesdays
Time:  6 pm - 8 pm
Instructor:  Kara Brown
Location:  Studio 2
Class Type:  Visual Art
Course Code:  16450
Class Cost:  $110 | $85ABDM Member
Member Registration Begins:  November 16, 2012
Please Note that members must register via Ticket Office to receive their member discount. Register by December 21st to save $5 on this class!
Please note that registration after January 17th will be subject to an additional $10 per class fee.
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