Course detail: OSH040 - American Regionalism: Art from the Heartland
The three most noted artists of American Regionalism will be the focus of this class: Thomas Hart Benton from Missouri, John Steuart Curry from Kansas, and Grant Wood from Iowa. How did these artists with their anti-modernist tendencies take on European abstract art and form a significant, if not major, American art movement? Their major works will be examined along with the influences of their home states and region, an area that most in the class call home. PLEASE NOTE: THE DATES FOR THIS COURSE AT CLARIDGE COURT DIFFER FROM THE DATES PUBLISHED IN THE SUMMER CATALOG!

 Session Detail:  OC18339F (No seats currently available, add to cart to be added to waitlist)
Schedule: Every week on Tuesday, starting on 07/24/18 and ending on 08/07/18
Times: 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Instructors
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Dan Kirchhefer
Dan Kirchhefer
Biography: Dan Kirchhefer is an artist and Professor Emeritus who taught drawing, printmaking and the history of American Art at Emporia State University. No image available

Facility Detail
Claridge Court
8101 Mission Rd
Prairie Village, KS 66208