Sun, Feb 2 at 7:30 p.m. | 90 minutes | BYOB
Salon: An intimate class hosted in a member's living room.
During the 15th and 16th centuries, as bankers became popes and the Holy Roman Empire was set against Rome itself, red was reinterpreted from a color of royalty to the code of the clergy. How might this material history of art inform our understanding of globalization today?
Ted Barrow teaches in Barnard College's Pre-College Program over the summer, focusing on the relationship between art and film in New York City, and has taught art history courses at Baruch, City College, the College of Staten Island, and Brooklyn College. Barrow currently teaches at Cooper Union, and runs a popular satirical Instagram account about skateboarding (@feedback_ts).
Hosted at a member's living room in Harlem. Address will be sent upon RSVP.