February 7: Kimn Carleton Smith Reinventing Retirement: My experiences as a newly enrolled grad student in Kendall's MA in Visual and Critical Studies.
February 14: Susan Booker Morris Taoism, The I Ching, and Poetic Readings We will start with a quick study of key concepts of Taoism, then the history and explanation of the I Ching, a book that has been used to centuries to guide and direct people in life.
February 21: Lynnette Vought Printmaking: Old Techniques and New Technologies “Relief and intaglio printmaking are very old processes, born out of expression and necessity. This lecture will outline some of the historical origins of printmaking, as well as how these old art forms have been adapted to address the environmental and cultural concerns of the 21st century.”
February 28: Rachel Foulk Horizons of the World: A Global View of Landscape Painting “This illustrated lecture will explore landscape painting, one of the most enduring genres in the history of art. Throughout history, human beings have represented nature as a way of understanding our environment and our place in it.” Join Art Historian Rachel Foulk for a discussion of landscape imagery from around the world.