Passionate about cinema, art, design and film history? Join our Melbourne artists to engage with the content of art, discuss and investigate select art works, contemporary film, mainstream and art house.
An exploration of the life and work of three Australian artists – John Brack, Fred Cress and Jan Senbergs.
Join Dr Ursula Betka to discover the great medieval and early-Renaissance art and architecture of Venice.
A unique opportunity to visit the NGV and Ian Potter collections with Helen Brack to discuss what the viewed reflects.
A wonderful opportunity to join Helen Brack, celebrated Melbourne artist, to discuss the dialogue between Art and we, who look at it.
Saturday, 22nd June - 3 classes
Session ID DNI73102C
22 Jun - 6 Jul 2:00pm - 3:30pm
$159 / $152 (conc)
$159 / $152 (conc)
An introduction to four French painters, each of whom developed a personal response to the exciting achievements of the Impressionist generation. Diverse in temperament and unique in style, each of these artists would provide inspiration for the next wave of Modernists.
Passionate about cinema? Join a group of like-minded people who enjoy viewing and discussing contemporary film, mainstream and art house.
Peter Hourigan considers a range of film adaptions – good, bad and ugly, focusing on works from English, French and Russian classic literature, such Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, Gustave Flaubert, and Tolstoy and Dostoevsky.
Antonio Lucio Vivaldi is a prominent Baroque composer, whose abundant secular and religious works immediately precede (and sometimes equal) the masterpieces of Handel and Bach. In this course, music of these three composers will be compared and contrasted.
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