As a precaution to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Adult Education Seminars Program’s Fall 2020 term will continue to be held virtually. Virtual seminars meet via Zoom video conference and use email and Google Drive folders to share resources and communicate with instructors and participants. For more information about the Newberry’s virtual seminars and these tools, including a Zoom tutorial, please see our Virtual Seminars FAQ page. If you have questions about online learning, please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In fifteenth-century Florence, a competitive spirit permeated society, creating rivalries between political parties, guilds, families, and artists. Yet competition was a catalyzing force for the arts. It spawned creativity, innovation, and technological advances that led to the development of a new style of painting, a revival of bronze sculpture, and the design and construction of the largest dome since antiquity. This seminar will examine several of the artists and groundbreaking projects that arose during this transformative period.
Three sessions. Registration – $170
Rosie May is Director of Curatorial Affairs and Public Engagement at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. She has a PhD in Renaissance art history from Temple University and has taught and lectured widely on topics in her field.
There are no required materials for this seminar.
There is no reading assignment for the first session of this seminar.
Online registration opens at 9 am (CDT) on Tuesday, September 1st.
Please note: Due to COVID-19, the Adult Education Seminars staff is working remotely and will be unable to process registration over the phone. For more information about registration, including a guide to online registration, see our Registration Information page. Questions? Please contact seminars program staff via email at email@example.com.
We offer a 10% discount to members, seniors, and students.