​Art in the First Person - A Widener OLLI Course

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Explore history through art. Each week you will meet a different artist or artist contemporary who will showcase the historical and social context of Renaissance Germany, Edo-period Japan, early 20th century Paris, and others. 

Your virtual time travel will be reinforced by the instructor’s period-appropriate costumes.

Wednesdays at 10:30 AM

March 25 through April 22

Presented by Widener University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) and hosted by Echo Lake.

A $30 fee (for the entire series) is payable to Widener University at the first lecture.

Echo Lake will provide scholarships for the first six registrants. 

About the Speaker: Jaan Ingle-Troltenier honed her interactive presentation technique as an art history docent. An habitué of art museums in the United States and Europe, she combines a love of research with a passion for art history. She draws upon history and language to create her lectures, which are painstakingly researched and full of vivid stories of artists and their times.

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