Art History Certificate
To know what art is today, and to shape the future of art, you have to understand the rich history of art throughout the ages. With the art history certificate, you gain an understanding of visual culture with a distinct emphasis on how aesthetics engage fundamental issues in politics, society, and culture.
The program delves into different eras of art and the components of different types of art including modern and contemporary.
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Active in my studio practice, I exhibit nationally, including solo shows in New York City, Chicago, and throughout California. My work has been featured and reviewed in several publications, including American Craft, Ceramics Monthly, National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), and multiple books. I’ve given workshops, lectures, and classes at various professional venues around the country, and I've held Artist-in-Residence positions at City University of New York-Hunter College, Northern Clay Center (as a McKnight awardee), and Works San Jose -- among other internationally competitive studios.
More information about my exhibitions and related activities can be found on my website: www.LisaMarieBarber.com