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Art Appreciation Course

Part 1: Art and Culture: In the first part of this course Deanne Hall-Habeeb, will explore everything about the Inuit, Haida Gwaii and First Nations’ Art and Culture.  This will include where they live, their beliefs, survival and the type of art they produced. You will dive deeper into their various sculptures, masks, bentwood boxes, carvings, totem poles and so much more!

Part 2:Women in Western Art: In part two, Suzy Levy will talk about the history of women artists of the western world. Each week will focus on a certain time in history and the women who were painting, from Italy's Sofonisba Anguissola (1532-1625), France's Vigee Le Brun (1755-1842), American Mary Cassatt (1824-1926) to our own modern-day Montreal artists.

Your device must have functional speakers, a microphone and a webcamera.

Introducing the Art Instructors:
Deanne Hall-Habeeb spent 30 years in Bahrain teaching art to high school and elementary students as well as developing her own practice. She holds a BA in Art and Art Education. Deanne has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in USA, Bahrain and Turkey. In Quebec, she has had many solo exhibitions and has also given workshops on her fabric collage techniques.  She continues to teach at the educational institute E.N.C.O.R.E. , giving art history lectures and hands-on arts and crafts courses such as linoleum block printing, pen and ink, pencil drawing, painting in watercolour and acrylic. 
Suzy Levy was born in Montreal, Quebec Canada. She is a contemporary artist who has developed, promoted, supervised and led community based art programs for more than 15 years. Her expertise in adult education includes creating specific programs for caregivers and special needs artists. Levy completed a three year program at l'Académie d'art and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Concordia University.
Instructors: Deanne Hall-Habeeb and Suzy Levy
Tuesdays: May 4th - June 22nd   (8 weeks)
Time: 1:30 - 2:30
Members: $34.00    |    Non-Members: $38.00
Deadline to Register: April 5th 2021