Interested in some virtual fun? Then the Rehoboth Art League’s “Art History: Art as Protest” is for you! Consisting of two, two-hour sessions via Zoom on Thursday, July 23, and 30, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
During the first session, participants will look at the anti-war work of Francisco Goya, Guernica by Pablo Picasso, and the work of the Dada movement protesting WWI. The second session will consider other artists, such as Diego River, Judy Chicago, Keith Haring, Basquiat, and Vik Muniz, and the causes they championed.
There is no stress, no note-taking, no tests – just come and discuss art. The cost for the class is $65 per person for members and non-members.
Registration is required for all classes. To register go to www.rehobothartleague.org or call the Art League’s Education Programs Director at 302-227-8408 ext. 112.
Click here to register today!