DUTCH ART OF THE 17TH CENTURY: BEYOND REMBRANDT AND VERMEER – HYBRID CLASS
January 13, 20, 27, February 3 (Thursdays) 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Attend in person at ISU’s Alumni Center, 1101 N. Main Street, Normal (Masks required.)
Watch Online Via Zoom
*Classes are subject to change based on current CDC and IDPH guidelines, as well as ISU policies and procedures.
$35 for Senior Professional members
$45 for non-members
For in person, pricing is per person.
For ZOOM, one registration per household.
• Four 2-hour sessions (one Academy of Seniors class)
• Six 2-hour Mornings with the Professors lectures
No single-session option available.
Register online at seniorprofessionals.illinoisstate.edu
or call (309) 438-2160.
Seating is limited for in-person viewing.
Zoom participants will receive a Zoom link a week prior to
the class(es) for which they’ve signed up and again on the
day of each class session.
Discover the history of art during the 17th century, the age of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Although those are the most familiar names, the Netherlands had more artists per capita than anywhere else in Europe. What led to this boom in artistic production and consumption? Beranek will examine a wide range of artists and their works within the social and historical contexts that shaped new modes of viewing, new audiences for art, and new genres of artistic creation.
Saskia Beranek, assistant professor, Wonsook Kim School of Art, ISU