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19TH CENTURY ART MOVEMENTS

Wednesday July 19, 2017 to Wednesday, August 23, 2017

19th century collage

An affordable seminar about European and North American art movements during the 19th century takes place in my living room in Edmonton, Alberta.

Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Optional readings are provided and there are no assignments. I bake delicious treats for every class.

 

$200 for 6 week course. $35 per class drop in fee ($150 or $25 per class for limited income)

July 19: Neoclassicism and Romanticism

July 26: Realism and The Pre-Raphaelites

Aug. 2: Orientalism and Colonialism

Aug. 9: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

Aug. 16: The Arts & Crafts Movement and Victorian Interior Design

Aug. 23: Photography

Full seminar fee due on July 31 via Interac e-transfer or Paypal. Drop in fees are due during the weekly classes.

Email kristen@kh1art.ca for a course syllabus and to reserve a spot for the entire seminar or a weekly topic.

Dr. Kristen Hutchinson is an art historian, visual artist, curator, and art consultant. She received her PhD in the History of Art from University College London in 2007. Kristen has taught art history courses at universities and colleges in Canada, the US, and the UK. She is currently writing a non-fiction book about supernatural creatures in contemporary art, film and television.

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FEMINISM & POP CULTURE

Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017 to Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Have have feminisms both critiqued and transformed mainstream popular culture?

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This six week seminar about Feminism & Pop Culture takes place in my living room in Edmonton, Alberta.

We will be talking about pop culture as a space where multiple and often contradictory messages and myths about gender circulate.

Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Optional readings are provided and there are no assignments. I bake delicious treats for every class.

Your only homework is watching a documentary, film, or television episode prior to each class!

$200 for 6 week course. $35 per class drop in fee. ($150 or $25 per class for limited income)

Sept. 20: Film with Miss Representation (2011)

Sept. 27: Television with The Ascent of Woman (2015)

Oct. 4: Comics & Graphic Novels with She Makes Comics (2014)

Oct. 11: Music with My Prairie Home (2014)

Oct. 18: Video Games with GTFO: The Movie (2015)

Oct. 25: Supernatural Creatures with True Horror with Antony Head (2004)

Full seminar fee due on Sept. 18 via Interac e-transfer or Paypal. Drop in fees are due during the weekly classes.

Email kristen@kh1art.ca for a course syllabus and to reserve a spot for the entire seminar or a weekly topic.

Dr. Kristen Hutchinson is an art historian, visual artist, curator, and art consultant. She received her PhD in the History of Art from University College London in 2007. Kristen has taught art history courses at universities and colleges in Canada, the US, and the UK. She is currently writing a non-fiction book about supernatural creatures in contemporary art, film and television.

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MORE FEMINISM & POP CULTURE

Wednesday, Nov. 1 to Wednesday Dec. 6, 2017

Have have feminisms both critiqued and transformed mainstream popular culture?

This six week seminar about Feminism & Pop Culture takes place in my living room in Edmonton, Alberta.

buffy-feminism

We will be talking about pop culture as a space where multiple and often contradictory messages and myths about gender circulate.

Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Optional readings are provided and there are no assignments. I bake delicious treats for every class.

Your only homework is watching a documentary, film, or television episode prior to each class!

$200 for 6 week course. $35 per class drop in fee. ($150 or $25 per class for limited income)

Nov. 1: Film with Makers: Women in Hollywood (2014)

Nov. 8: Television with The Ascent of Woman: Revolution (2015)

Nov. 15: Animation with NFB Short Animated Films (2010-2016)

Nov. 22: Science Fiction & Fantasy with Arrival (2016)

Nov. 29: Robots & Artificial Intelligence with Ex Machina (2014)

Dec. 6: Social Media with Black Mirror: Nosedive & Hated in the Nation (2016)

Full seminar fee due on Oct. 30 via Interac e-transfer or Paypal. Drop in fees are due during the weekly classes.

Email kristen@kh1art.ca for a course syllabus and to reserve a spot for the entire seminar or a weekly topic.

Dr. Kristen Hutchinson is an art historian, visual artist, curator, and art consultant. She received her PhD in the History of Art from University College London in 2007. Kristen has taught art history courses at universities and colleges in Canada, the US, and the UK. She is currently writing a non-fiction book about supernatural creatures in contemporary art, film and television.

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