All Fellows will gather virtually for an interactive discussion around the concepts of Artful Thinking. Focusing on a work from Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists and the Johnson Collection and works from his private collection, Dr. Jeb Hallett will guide participants through a close-looking exercise. By following the Artful Thinking process, participants build observation and communication skills as well as create a deeper understanding and appreciation for the artwork. Bring your own beverage and apps to join in the fun!
The program will be presented on the ZOOM platform, and the link and instructions will be sent to registrants the day prior to the event.REGISTER NOW
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