Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe
KARIMA RADWAN - ART HISTORY INSTRUCTOR
Art has always been a representation of the mentality of a society, and at the same time, the servant of a cause. Art has shaped human consciousness throughout the ages and has given us a physical manifestation of the people, ideas and cultures of the past. The cognitive and educational functions of our society are manifested through aesthetics and developed with artistic sensibility incumbent upon the sensorial, the affinities of a culture, human intelligence and reason.
To achieve an objective examination of artistic forms belonging to different eras of art history is an interdisciplinary endeavor, making a classification of cultures, periodization of time and identification of features of artistic creations
and mutual influences paramount in obtaining a holistic view of the past.
"We invite you to take a journey into the past with us, to explore a time when Europe underwent a transformative period: culturally, socially, economically, and above all, artistically. Our exploration of this crucial era begins in the 13th century and continues into the 16th century:
"Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe "
- This course will be presented in English language
- Foreign students are welcome to the workshop! J
Duration: 8 sessions of 2 h and 30 min each:
- September 20 to November 15, every wednesday evening, 18,00-20,30 (except October 25)
Cost for the entire workshop / course – 800 ron
Join ways: reserve a place until august 15 – deadline for 50% of payment The remaining 50% is paid at the latest on September 10th.
Minimum seats: 10
For registration please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0726113494 - Luminita Vasile - Basil Gallery.