Register just once for this all sessions in this 6-week course on Mesoamerican Art.
Course description for Mesoamerican Art from instructor and art historian Nicholas Dahle:
Before the arrival of Europeans in the 15th century, the Americas was home to rich cultures that produced great works of art in clay, gold, stone, shell, and feathers. These works of art reveal fascinating facts about the lives and beliefs of people in ancient Mesoamerica. Explore and learn about the many cultures of Mesoamerica through their art. Come and experience the art of Mesoamerica!
Mesoamerican Art: 6 sessions, Thursdays at 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. starting Jan 21, 2021 and ending Feb 25, 2021.
This series will be taught online via Zoom. Registration on the DAAC website is necessary to receive a Zoom invitation for the series.
Series price: $30 (free for DAAC members at Heart for Art level and above)
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
Mesoamerican Art – 2021 Spring Semester
- Jan 21 – First Session
- Jan 28
- Feb 4
- Feb 11
- Feb 18
- Feb 25 – Final Session
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 Dona Ana Arts Council; Gardens of the World, the Art of Buddhism and Spanish Colonial Art.