Thurs: Apr 22, May 27, June 24 Virtual program through Zoom FREE to TMA Members, but registration is required. Adults (15+)
Develop an understanding of artwork and form ways to think about, talk about, and appreciate modern, contemporary art. Take a closer look at the work of contemporary artists while examining the progressive timeline of Western art, and think about the context of why it may have been created.
This class is offered the fourth Thursday of each month. Jan – June virtually, July – Dec 2021 in-person.
When registering, select “other dates” for additional options.
Cristian Andersson is an artist in Appleton, Wis. While he primarily creates abstract oil paintings, in 2016 he started branching off into installation and performance pieces that deal with contemporary concerns: the overwhelming nature of our news, navigating interpersonal communication as it becomes more abstracted through social media, and the balance between notions of the self and the greater community. He is also involved in community art events: curating small exhibitions of local artists, teaching classes to middle and high school students, and working with students from UW-Oshkosh in an annual off-campus invitational exhibition.