ONLINE! Public Art, Private Lives: Contributions of the Bloomsbury Set
Dates: February 22 - March 22, 2021
Meets: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Course Fee: $87.00
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Explore the many personalities and works of what is now called the Bloomsbury Group, a collection of artists, writers, historians, and social scientists who, in the early twentieth century, changed the face of intellectual thought and practice in Great Britain. These people – all highly educated and talented – would gather in the home of Virginia Woolf and her sister Vanessa Bell on Thursday nights to discuss art, literature, life, and to gossip, drink whiskey, and try to come to terms with the ending of the Victorian Age and what modernity meant to them. Indeed, they altered the way the British approached not only art and intellectual inquiry but love, friendship, and even sexuality.
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R. Barry Levis
R. Barry Levis, PhD, Professor Emeritus, History, Rollins College (ret 2013); Director, Humanities Program, Hamilton Holt School of Rollins College, email@example.com
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