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Join award-winning lecturer Sonia Halpern to learn about American Social Realism and the Depression!

Social Realism was an art movement popular in the United States in the 1930s and 40s. The realistic style focused on social and political issues that directly affected the daily lives of the working class and other oppressed groups during a dark historical period. This slide-illustrated course will examine the movement by discussing its European origins, historical context, stylistic and thematic features, and the famous artists who practiced it, including Ben Shahn and Raphael Soyer.

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Type
In class
Days
T
Time
7:00PM to 9:00PM
Dates
Apr 21, 2020 to May 26, 2020
Schedule
Total Hours
12.0
Format
Fee
Course Fee non-credit $220.00
Potential Discount
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What to Expect

This is an interactive course; you will engage face-to-face with your class and instructor.

Completion Requirements

Active participation is required and participants must miss no more than two classes.

Textbook 

No textbook is required for this course. 

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