The A-B-See’s of Looking at Art
Kendall College of Art and Design Education Program
A is for Aesthetics.
B is for Beauty.
“See” is for the ability to truly see what is inside a piece of art.
Join us at Kendall for this hands-on family program which will consider the personal, contextual, and formal perspectives that determine how we each connect with different art pieces and how those preferences designate what each viewer considers to be great Art.
This engaging exploration will examine how our brain “sees” and why it prefers to look at certain things. The interactive study will give the participants time to “see” and reflect on artwork considering their intuition, sensory perception, and conscious awareness.
Free and open to the public!
No reservation required. Limited to the first 30 participants.