20 (Friday) - 21 (Saturday)
Instructor: Carole Sesko Part One: Friday,
Instructor: Carole Sesko
Part One: Friday, February 20th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Part Two: Saturday, February 21st from 9:00 a.m. – noon
Family Barn Theater and Art Loft
$45 per person, ages 14 and up
Does modern art mystify you? Scientists have proved that looking at art gives the same pleasure as being in love. But what is art? What if you don’t like the art you are looking at? What if talking about art makes you feel uncomfortable? How to Look at Modern Art discusses ways to examine a work of art beyond a casual glance, how to deepen your understanding and how to make your own connection with works of art that challenge you. This two-part class includes an evening in the Family Barn Theater and a morning of creation in the Art Loft.
After retiring from the worlds of architectural and interior design, Truckee-based artist Carole Sesko embarked on a new career of painting with acrylics, exploring mixed media, studying the work of contemporary artists, installing exhibits, collaborating, writing, coordinating art events, and advocating for art. Chair Emeritus from the Truckee Public Art Commission and one of Martis Camp’s own Artists in Residence for the past several years, Carole continues to surprise, amaze and keep us creating.