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En Español: Historia del arte desde casa: Haciendo Sabiendo, Artesanía en el arte, 1950–2019
Art History from Home:
Art History From Home: Working Together: Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop
Historia del arte desde casa: el arte estadounidense y el Museo Whitney
Art History from Home: Asian American Perspectives
Art History from Home: Stories from the Collection
Art Beyond Borders
Taking the exhibition Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925–1945 as a point of departure, this course explores how artists challenge conventional ideas of citizenship and belonging while creating new forms of community. If art has, on one hand, been thought of as a nation’s most precious heritage, it has also provided a powerful means for reflecting on and reimagining forms of political inclusion and exclusion.
In these intensive, single-session courses, noted experts provide an overview of key topics in modern and contemporary art.
How to Look
Develop your powers of attentiveness by learning simple tools for observing and describing works of art. Course participants will have special access to the Museum galleries after hours.
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