Art History: From Pop to Funk (via Zoom)
Sunday, January 23, 2022
January 23 and 30 | 1 – 2:30 PM
What is it that makes Pop art so exciting? What made the Candy Store gallery so inviting? A two-part class will look at both. In the first class, participants will explore the common roots of precisionism, pop, and photorealism as seen in the Crocker collection. In the second session, we will discover how these styles and the Pop art movement blossomed into the Northern California funk of the famed Candy Store Gallery and dive into the Crocker’s delectable new exhibition, The Candy Store: Funk, Nut, and Other Art with a Kick.
Space is limited. Advance registration required.
Instructor: Laurie Seban is a Northern California native with a master's in art history from the University of California, Davis, specializing in non-Western and modern art. She currently teaches Native American art at California State University, Sacramento.
$45 for Members
$65 for Nonmembers
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This class is virtual and takes place via Zoom.