Playing with Color: Exploring How Vision Shapes Our Perception of Art Online Workshop
Join us for an art-making exploration of some of the ways our perception of color influences how we make and appreciate art. Using color-focused art projects, we will learn about our own color vision and how our brains process visual information. Along the way, we’ll play with contrasting and equiluminant colors, to better understand how our brains shape our perceptions as artists and art lovers.
The group will be limited to 12 participants, allowing ample time for individual feedback. All skill levels are welcome. Taught by Vermont-based teaching artist and science writer, Rachel Sargent Mirus.
Tuesday, October 24, 9:30–11:30 am online
Register with the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture: https: reservations.hmsc.harvard.edu/Info.aspx?EventID=11 (scroll down to find October classes). $30 members/$35 nonmembers.