Summer 2019: Art History and Appreciation

A Baker's Dozen with Beth Stein

September 24
Tuesday, 10-11:30am

$25, 1 session

One of the joys of viewing art is making connections between new pieces and those with which we are familiar.  It is particularly thrilling to see a painting or sculpture for the first time, but …

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Painting: History and Practice with Valerie Isaacs

June 4 - June 7
Tuesday-Friday, 9:30-1:30pm

$275, 4 sessions

In this class, we consider the impact of European Modern painting on American art, particularly through Provincetown. We will have the opportunity to see original works by Marguerite Zorach, Milton Avery, Marsden Hartley, Janice Biala, …

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The Provincetown Art Colony: Charles Hawthorne and Herman Maril with Christine McCarthy

June 17
Monday, 10-noon

$50, 1 session

For the past century, Provincetown has welcomed, nurtured and inspired artists from all over the world – not just to create, but to connect with the town and its people. Only in Provincetown could this …

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Drawing on the Collection with Dahn Hiuni

July 15 - July 19
Monday-Friday, 10-1pm

$300, 5 sessions

A combined gallery/studio course. We start with a one-hour animated conversation in front of a key artwork in the museum's galleries. Students discuss artist biography, subjects and themes, form and technique, and historical context. This is …

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Photography as Art with Marian Roth

August 8 - August 9
Thursday-Friday, 10-noon

$75, 2 sessions

We will spend two mornings looking creatively at the PAAM photography collection, discussing the fundamentals of picture making,  By focusing on the collection we can begin to understand visual language as it finds expression in photography, …

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The Provincetown Art Colony: Hans Hofmann and Edward Hopper with Christine McCarthy

September 9
Monday, 10-noon

$50, 1 session

For the past century, Provincetown has welcomed, nurtured and inspired artists from all over the world – not just to create, but to connect with the town and its people. Only in Provincetown could this …

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