LLI: She Painted That?

“There are good artists who have children. Of course, there are. They are called men.” Artist Tracey Emin shared these words in a 2014 interview. Our modern-day galleries and museums have discovered many pieces dating from medieval times to the present day that were painted by women, and they are beginning to present their works. Journeying from cave drawings through modern day, we will discover the women involved and will give credit to the women through the centuries who have produced magnificent art.

Convener: Judith Wright has convened a number of popular art history classes.

The Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI), established in 2000, is a member-directed group of individuals primarily age 50 plus who enjoy learning in informal, flexible, non-competitive groups and like connecting with peers who share their interests. No grades, no tests – just Learning for the Fun of It.

Dial-In Information

When you register for one of our courses, you’ll be given a Zoom meeting ID and password to get into a session along with a link to meet on your computer and a phone number if you chose to call in to the class.

Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

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Faculty and Staff, Alumni, General Public






$47.50 for the entire Fall 2021 term

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