Classified Ad: Art and the Brain: An art making experience that shows how perception determines the way we make and appreciate art
Posted: January 10, 2021
End Date: January 30, 2021
ART AND THE BRAIN: An art making experience that shows how perception determines the way we make and appreciate art.
THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS!
Saturdays in January 9, 16. 23, & 30 @ 10-11am
Rachel Sargent Mirus, Duxbury artist and biologist, instructs a series of fun and creative science-based art explorations created for all levels of self-directed art! Expect a mix of art-making and art discussion that is scaled to engage both the practicing and aspiring artist.
Session 1: January 9-- Color. We will look at how we perceive color though color-focused art projects.
Session 2: January 16-- What vs where. We will play with equiluminant colors while looking at how the brain processes visual information.
Session 3: January 23-- Focus and detail. We will look at and practice ways to use different levels of detail in the visual field to guide viewer attention.
Session 4: January 30-- Creativity. We will look at inspiration and practice mindfulness for getting in touch with our creative subconscious.
Sessions can be attended separately or as a series.
$15 per class or $50 for each monthly series
For more information or to pay by cash or check, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-244-4168. Separate sessions must be paid for directly with Across Roads after the session starts. Registration can also be found on 7 Days Tickets: https://sevendaystickets.com/events/art-and-the-brain-art-and-the-brain-an-art-making-experience-that-shows-how-perception-determines-the-way-we-make-and-appreciate-art-1-16-2021