Imagining “Alice": The Wondrous World of Illustration

Code: LH32503

Dates: October 26, 2022

Meets: 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $45.00

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Explore the various ways that artists have imagined—and continue to reimagine—Alice in Wonderland. Begin with Charles Lutwidge Dodgson's original drawings, and from there, discuss “Alice" art by a number of artists, including Salvador Dali, Camille Rose Garcia, and Chris Riddell. We will be guided by the following questions: What does Alice’s character continue to offer present, past, and future generations? How does she transform throughout time and space, and what does this reveal about our changing epochs and understandings?
Fee: $45.00

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Elanur Eroglu

I am a current graduate student at University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education, pursuing a Master of Science in Education (Reading, Writing and Literacy). Additionally, I hold a Master of Philosophy in Children's Literature from Trinity College Dublin (2021), and a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University Montreal, in English, Creative Writing, and Sustainability Studies (2020).


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