Learning to Look
Designed for participants ages 6 to 96, Learning to Look is an art history, art appreciation program developed by Diane W. Darst, PhD and Sue Massey Williamson, founder. Through guided discussion, the program enhances participants’ appreciation and understanding of art. This session, which will focus on American Abstraction: The Print Revival of the 1960s and ‘70s, is free with admission and no advanced registration is required. A hands-on art-making activity follows the discussion.
This program is made possible by gifts given in memory of Diane W. Darst.