Join artist, art educator and doctoral researcher Ali Eales on a journey through the twisted, yet beautiful world of the Baroque. From its inception in the sleepy northern Italian town of Trento to the court of the art-loving Charles I to the Dutch Golden Age. Searing through the 17th Century and into the 18th Century where the mighty ship BAROQUE, metaphorically speaking, floundered on the Rocks of Rocco and died a flowery death.
Wednesday 16 September 7pm: The Gloriously Twisted World of 17th Century Southern Baroque: From the Vatican in Rome to the Spanish Court of the Hapsburgs
Wednesday 14 October 7pm: The Gloriously Twisted World of 17th Century Northern Baroque: From the Court of King Charles I to the Dutch Golden Age
Wednesday 11 November 7pm: A whistle-Stop Tour of the Rocco Period: The Dying Days of the Baroque
Tutor: Ali Eales
Alastair is a Gallery Lecturer at Southampton City Gallery and has an MA in European Fine Art. Ali is a visual artist, working in his Hampshire studio. Ali host Art Appreciation sessions at Forest Art Centre for the past several years. His Sessions have proved really popular in Centre with a strong local following.
Tickets: £8 per session
Sessions: Wednesday 16 September, 14 October and 11 November, 7pm - 9pm
Book your space for the Online: Art Appreciation with Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
Class access information
This session will run live via Zoom, an online streaming website. Zoom is an online platform which allows you to talk live to your tutor via a video or audio call. As this class is live, you will need to be available at the time specified to participate.
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