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Event Details

June 15–July 6, 2022
1:00 pm –2:30 pm

Price

Members: $200
Not-Yet-Members: $250
Registration Required

Location

High Museum of Art
Hub at the High

Event Description

Join us for an immersive and discussion-based course exploring major themes presented in What Is Left Unspoken, Love, a comprehensive exhibition featuring thirty-five international artists working in a variety of media. The course, led by Dr. Katie Geha, will place the artists in historical context while also examining closely the premise of the exhibition. We’ll also review broad notions while looking at works in the show. Bolstered by short readings and creative writing exercises, we’ll consider the ways artists approach love and its many vicissitudes, from family, friendship, and romance to feelings of joy, disappointment, and heartbreak. 

The first class will meet in the Taylor Lobby of the Wieland Pavilion. After presenting your ticket at the Admissions Desk, please make your way to the check-in cart located in front of Ellsworth Kelly’s Blue, Green, Red.  This class meets on Wednesdays from June 15 to July 6. 

For more information, please email lifelonglearning@high.org or call (404) 733-5034. 

 

About Your Instructor

 
Dr. Katie Geha is director of the galleries at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. She recently opened a new contemporary art space affiliated with the University of Georgia, The Athenaeum, in Downtown Athens. Geha regularly teaches art history courses on contemporary art, curation, and artist writing. She received her PhD from the University of Texas, Austin, and her MA from the Art Institute of Chicago. She has published three exhibition catalogues, and her writing has appeared in Artforum, ART PAPER