On Color: It’s Not All Sunshine & Rainbows (But a Good Amount of It Actually Is)
Originally presented: Tuesday, June 22, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
Instructor: Callie Lasch, Museum Educator with Grounds for Sculpture
The role of color in our world is profound. It’s something we interact with regularly in our daily lives. Understanding color – how we “see” color, create color, how artists use it to communicate – is a magnificent story of science and art and nature and creativity combined. This talk offers a brisk and fun exploration of the history of color – from cave paintings to classical art, from Impressionism to the bold geometric designs of today. Buckle up and join in! All ages and knowledge levels welcome.
Callie Lasch is a Museum Educator with Grounds for Sculpture. She studied graphic design at the School of Visual Arts, NYC, art history at the Sorbonne, Paris, and is also classically trained in figurative drawing, painting and sculpture. Callie is also the Founder and Co-Director of The Institute for Therapeutic Craft Creativity, an online educational resource dedicated to developing greater awareness of the of the hand-brain connection to biological and neurological benefits and the creative making process to whole person health and wellness. https://therapeuticcraftcreativity.com/p/about-itcc