History of Botanical Art

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Embark on an historical exploration of botanical art. You'll trace the globe with author and curator Giovanni Aloi as he uncovers the critical role that botany has played in the advancement of movements, styles, and invention of new media. From Japan's Edo Period featuring artist Kano Sansetsu's Old Plum to present day work by visual artist Christi Belcourt inspired by Métis and First Nations beadwork, you'll review the depiction of plants and flowers found in a variety of influential artworks across time.

Please note, this course will be facilitated through Canvas, a learning management system that will allow access to course materials, course communication, and links to live Zoom sessions all in one place. Canvas is intuitive to use and complements live sessions with an efficient means to stay in touch with the course in between classes. In case of any issues, 24/7 support will be offered.

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