UHM – Lunchbox Learning

unnamedBefore WWI, a number of artists in New York adopted amateurish styles as a way of rejecting artistic conventions, admiring the untrained and unguided vision of child artists. Explore some of these early 20th-century artists and how their attempts to emulate a child-like freedom were related to radical politics, particularly anarchism. Learn how this intertwined legacy of iconoclasm resurfaces in the work of Theodore Geisel, better known to the world as Dr. Seuss.
Wednesday, February 22
Call 864-467-3100 to register
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