How To Read A Painting (on zoom)
Have you ever looked at a painting and wished you could understand it more? This lecture serves as a guide to basic visual analysis. We will review some of the more common symbols and tropes seen in western painting. This lecture provides examples and practice in visual and contextual analysis while examining a variety of artworks. Join us in unpacking these paintings, improving our visual literacy, and increasing our appreciation of art! Our presenter is Mallory Mortillaro, an art historian and educator.
Thursday, Mar. 7, 7:00p.m.
- Kids – We have exciting new children’s programs on arts, science, and more! Check our calendar for a complete list of upcoming events.
- Teens – Join our new Teen Advisory Board! the Board will plan and market library programs for teens, as well as work on volunteer projects. Meetings count as volunteer hours! The Teen Advisory Board meets the second Wednesday of each month.
- Adults – We have a bunch of new programming for you. Cooking, crafts, lectures on music and art and so much more. We are offering both in person and virtual programming. Registration is required. Look at the calendar to see all programs.
- Adults – Don’t forget about our weekly gatherings – Mah Jongg, cards and our ever popular every other week Book Club. Look at the calendar to see scheduled times.
About the Library
Kemmerer Library is a private association non-profit library, incorporated as a 501(c)(3) organization, principally funded by resident contributions and the proceeds of events sponsored by The Friends of the Library. Cognizant of the special community we serve, the Library strives to offer personalized, friendly service to ensure patron satisfaction. The Library tailors its collections and programs to the interests of our patrons. As a member of MAIN, the Library cardholders may also borrow content from the libraries in Morris County, Hunterdon County and the NJ State Library.