Language the workshop will be taught:
We scheduled the workshop as follow:
A series of workshops in 3 days placed in shift 3 of 30 minutes each day.
Maximum number of participants:
The needed artistic level of this workshop is:
Suitable for anyone interested in Art and History Theory.
The skills criteria for participants to follow this workshop are:
A willingness to take part in discussion.
Participants will have learned after doing this workshop:
Some insifht into the historical context of Rookmaaker's Christian perpective on Art and Design with participation in a discussion about which aspects of his work might retain contemporary relevance.
What materials/equipment/other things participants need to bring to be able to do this workshop:
Other important things a participant should know to be able to do this workshop:
You need to attend each of the three sessions.
The content of this workshop:
2017 marks 40 years since the death of Art Historian Dr Hans R Rookmaaker. Three seminar/discussions looking backward to review his contribution to a Christian perspective on Art and Design during the late 1960's until his death in March 1977.
To looking forward to what implications his work might have for artists and designers in the 21st Century.
Session 1. Then - Context
Session 2. Main themes
Session 3. Contemporary critique - Where now?