Series registration for all 13 sessions of Spanish Colonial Art.
Series description from instructor and art historian Nicholas Dahle:
The arrival of the Spanish in the Americas resulted in the meeting of many cultures and ideas. European and Pre-Colombian art styles combined into what is classified as Spanish colonial art. When Spain ruled New Mexico, santeros crafted vibrant furniture, statues and retablos that exhibit the mixing of both Pueblo and Spanish styles. Witness art produced by contact, conquest and religion. Come and experience Spanish colonial art.
Spanish Colonial Art: 13 sessions, Wednesdays at 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. starting Sept. 16 and ending Dec. 9, 2020.
This series will be taught online via Zoom. Registration on the DAAC website is necessary to receive a Zoom invitation for the series.
DAAC members: use coupon code provided to you in order to waive registration fee. For information about becoming a DAAC “Heart for Art”member and receiving this series (and all Feed Your Mind series) at no charge, click HERE
Spanish Colonial Art Series, Fall Semester 2020
- Sept. 16 – First Session
- Sept 23
- Sept 29
- Oct 7
- Oct 14
- Oct 21
- Oct 28
- Nov 4
- Nov 11
- Nov 18
- Nov 25
- Dec 2
- Dec 9 End of Series
Nicholas Dahle is a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in art history with a minor in history. He has taught eight courses at the Osher Life Long Learning Institute (OLLLI) at UTEP: The Art of China; the Art of Versailles one and two; The Art of Gardens; the English County House; The Art of Japan, The Art of Polynesia and the Art of Buddhism. He has taught two courses for the Donna Anna Arts Council; Gardens of the World and the Art of Buddhism.