Ever since I was done with my art history degree, I've been missing the intense and insightful reading schedule I endured as a student. True, I still try to catch up with new publications, but I know I miss out a lot. So, I thought that doing it as a group may bring more motivation as well as enhance the understanding of serious writings about art through a stimulating discussion. If you share my interests in art history and criticism - do join. I see this as monthly book club/discussion group meetings, and we can pick the titles together.
You will need to download the free Zoom app to attend this discussion. Our discussion will be on Women Artists of the 19th Century. The following videos and essays will be the focus of our discussion.
Women Artists in Nineteenth-Century France
Essay by Nicole Myers, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Video lectures by Art Historian Dr. Vida Hull East Tennessee State University
Mary Cassatt: Lectures 1-4
Berthe Morisot: Lectures 1-2
Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism
Exhibition review by Meghan Bissonnette,, Colorado Mesa University
The Zoom link and password a few hours before the Meetup ensure security.