Good Monday morning to you! Fix that ‘cuppa, boot up your preferred source of cutting-edge technology, find your thinking cap, and join us – virtually – for today’s Zoom Open University! Class begins at 10:00 am. Don’t be late! (And remember, William Neer offers Part 2 of this class the following Monday, May 18.) So, with all due apologies to Judy and Frank, “have yourselves a merry little Zoom class” and “we’ll be seeing you in all the new, exciting places…”
Japanese Prints in History, Art, and Popular Culture: Part 1
- Monday, May 11
- 10:00 AM
- Zoom class link is here
- If you are having trouble hearing, call in at: +1 646 558 8656
- Meeting ID: 857 7953 6298
- Password: 582057
- Through a series of two sessions, this course will explore Japanese woodblock prints in visual culture from the 16th century to the present day. Participants will learn about the printmaking process, major artists and subjects, explore connections between Japanese prints and Western art movements, and discover the role that prints played in Japan’s journey from small island nation to modern cultural and economic center.
- Instructor: William Neer, curatorial assistant for exhibitions, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
For complete information read here.
Have questions or need help with Zoom? Please contact Erin Reibel, Shepherd’s Center Lifelong Learning Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org