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Close up of Mexican flag THE ART OF MEXICO: Mexican Art From Pre-Columbian To Modern is a Course

THE ART OF MEXICO: Mexican Art From Pre-Columbian To Modern

Oct 15 - Oct 15, 2020

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Description

The art of Mexico is as rich and varied as any culture in the history of art. Since the time of the Olmec, Maya, and Aztec, the artists and architects of Pre-Columbian Mexico have produced vast ancient cities with towering pyramids, grand plazas, and ball courts. During the colonial period, indigenous artists produced codices that detailed the barbarity of the Spanish conquerors. During the 20th century, Mexico produced some of the most impressive mural cycles in the history of world art.

Details

Date & Time:

October 15, 2020
Thursday, 2:00PM-3:15PM

Instructor

Sean Crum

Location

Online, a WebEx link will be provided before the start of class.

Questions? Contact us

Jennifer Krupa, jkrupa@lorainccc.edu

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