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American Modernism Art History Talks – July

July 25 @ 10:30 - 12:30


Tania Harrington is back with a series of 6 two hour talks about the development of art in America.

July’s talk is: Social Realism 1930’s and beyond

Social Realism prevailed throughout the Modern period in the States in both rural and metropolitan contexts. We look at artists such as Edward Hopper and Grant Wood who portrayed the loneliness and insecurity of life during and after the Great Depression.

£12.50 per session, Includes tea, coffee and biscuits

Future dates, below:

3. Thursday 22 August – Harlem Renaissance (1920s and 30s)

4. Thursday 19 September – Art of the New Deal (1930s)

5. Thursday 24 October – Abstraction and Abstract Expressionism (1950s and beyond)

6 . Thursday 28 November – Pop Art (1960s and beyond)

£12.50 per session includes tea, coffee and biscuits.


This is a fundraising event to support The Pennoyer Centre Charity Registered Charity No. 1135788


July 25
10:30 - 12:30
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The Pennoyer Centre
Station Road
Pulham St Mary, Norfolk IP21 4QT United Kingdom
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Art History talk - July
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