PAConnected | Virtual Arts Experiences
Learning to Look with Prof. Cino
Learning to Look | Art & Feminism Part I & II
A live virtual art history lecture series with Patchogue Arts Council
• Museum of Contemporary Art L.I. Program Director and Professor John
Have you ever wondered why Leonardo’s ‘Last Supper” looks the way it
does, or why artists put certain things in still-lifes, or what
Picasso was thinking, or why art from other traditions looks so
different? This two-part lecture will offer tools for the viewer to
better understand the message delivered through works of art.
Exploring works from Renaissance, Modern, Asian art, and Africana art,
the concepts of symbolism, form, function, and abstraction will be
discussed. These lectures will interesting for all art lovers!
Presented by the Patchogue Arts Council • Museum of Contemporary L.I.
& Patchogue – Medford Library
Learning to Look | Art & Feminism Part II
John Cino & Eileen Winter Palmer
July 27 @ 7:00 PM on ZOOM & Facebook Live
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 991 7687 8444
More Learning to Look:
Learning to Look | Ekphrastic Poetry
Learning to Look | ART 101
Learning to Look | Art of the Asian Far East
Learning to Look: Pop Art
Learning to Look: Abstract Expressionism
Learning to Look: Basilicas
Please help us continue to provide free programming and artist resources like the above!