Course: Fabulous Female Artists
Women have always been around as artists, but when asked to name 10 female artists even museum visitors have a hard time coming up with their names! This is no surprise since 85% of the artists in museums are male and white (read more about the numbers here).
During this chronological course we will discuss at least 25 female artists each class. This is also just a selection of the number of artists that have been around in that particular time frame.
It includes work of the more famous Sofonisba Anguissola, Artemisia Gentileschi, Berthe Morisot, Camille Claudel, Hilma af Klint and Frida Kahlo, next to a whole line of others who are less famous. The majority of these participants is from Western Europe, although when the course progresses some (Native/Afro)American and Asian artists also pass by.
Female artists have been active in a wide range of media and even though we will see a lot of painting, there is also room for sculpture, photography and applied arts.
After this course you will be able to name more than one female artist and you will know that BESIDES every great man, there is a great woman!
This course is a hybrid course which means you can be physically be present or joining the class live online while the class is being recorded for later viewing (in case you have missed the class). The recordings of all ten classes and the extras can be accessed in a secured environment (My Library) on the website of Casa dell’Arte for three months after the end of the course.
Time: Monday afternoons 14.00-16.00
Dates: 22 & 29 January; 5,12,26 February; 4, 18, 25 March and 1 & 8 April.
Location: Casa dell’Arte, Nicolaistraat 29, 2517 SX The Hague (vicinity Kunstmuseum, paid parking after 13.00)
Price: €300,- with an early bird discount of €25,- when registering before January 1
Class 1 22 January Introduction & Early Art
Class 2 29 January Renaissance
Class 3 5 February Baroque
Class 4 12 February Rococo & Neoclassicism
Class 5 26 February Academism & Realism
Class 6 4 March Pre-Raphaelite, Impressionism & Art Nouveau
Class 7 18 March First half 20th century
Class 8 25 March Flower Power: 1960s and 1970s
Class 9 1 April 1980s and 1990s
Class 10 8 April Contemporary Art