Series registration for all 11 sessions of “The Renaissance World of Art, Fashion and Architecture”. Series description from the instructor and art historian, Kathleen Key:
Join us for 11 weeks of “The Renaissance World.” We will cover the art and architecture as well as the theater and costumes from 1400-1600 in Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain and England. Guest lecturers Nicholas Dahle will lecture on the magnificent palace in Venice, the Ca d’Oro and Bill Key will talk on “Brunelleschi and how he constructed the dome of the Duomo in Florence.”
The series runs for 11 consecutive weeks on Tuesdays from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. starting September 15, 2020.
This series will be taught online via Zoom. Registration on the DAAC website is necessary to receive a Zoom invitation.
DAAC members: use coupon code provided to you in order to waive the 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
SESSION DATES & TOPICS
The Renaissance World, Fall Semester 2020
- Sept 15 Lecture 1: The Proto-Renaissance–Gothic to Early Renaissance in Italy, 1280-1400
- Sept 22 Lecture 2: Brunelleschi and how he constructed the dome of the Duomo in Florence–Bill Key
- Sept 29 Lecture 3: Early Netherlandish art, 1425-1525
- Oct 6 Lecture 4: Early Renaissance in Italy, 1400- 1495
- Oct 13 Lecture 5: High Renaissance in Italy, 1500- 1520
- Oct 20 Lecture 6: High Renaissance in Italy, 1500-1520
- Oct 27 Lecture 7: The Renaissance in the Netherlands and Germany, 1495-1550
- Nov 3 Lecture 8: The Renaissance in Spain and France, 1495-1600
- Nov 10 Lecture 9: The Renaissance in England, 1500-1600
- Nov 17 Lecture 10: Costumes and Theater of the Renaissance, 1400-1600
- Nov 24 Lecture 11: The magnificent Venetian Palace of the Ca d’Oro–Nicholas Dahle (Final Class)
This series is taught by art historian and world traveler Kathleen Key. In addition to teaching many art history seminars at the Dona Ana Arts and Cultural Center, Kathleen is a professor of art history at the University of Texas at El Paso and the Olli Continuing Education Program at UTEP.