Art History at CAM

Explore your way through the ages with our art history series at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Each term we offer a class for a significant period in art to enjoy through a combination of lecture format, gallery exploration, and interactive activities.

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Art at the Cam: Middle Ages thru the Enlightenment Later

Thursdays, May 4 - 25, 6-7:30 pm / $149 / Four Classes

Instructor: Kathy Stockman

In-person at the Cincinnati Art Museum

This class will survey more than 500 years of artistic and stylistic developments in Western Europe and the Americas. Over four weeks we will explore these periods of art through museum galleries. Visiting the European Art galleries, we will examine some of the museum’s most treasured pieces, including works by Sandro Botticelli, El Greco, Caterina van Hemesson, Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun, and Thomas Gainsborough. Rather than lecture, the instructor will lead a tour of the collection and supplement it with an iPad presentation of works of art from other museum collections, including those from the Louve, The Met, The Art Institute of Chicago and others. Students will develop a broad understanding of the most representative works from each era and region, while also learning how specific objects from the museum’s collection fit within the history of art.

About Your Instructor

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Kathy Stockman

Art Historian

Kathy Stockman has over 20 years of teaching, researching, and writing about art history. She has devoted herself to helping people engage with art and culture inside and outside of the classroom.

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