Paris: Transformation of a Capital: From the University, to the Royal Palace, to the Department Store

Code: SL32801

Dates: April 10, 2024

Meets: 5:45 PM to 7:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg Center 101

Course Fee: $39.00

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Explore the transformation of Paris from a medieval university center to the royal residence during the Renaissance. During the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, the addition of new urban squares, parks, churches, housing and waterworks began Paris’ evolution into the modern city, but it was not until Haussmann in the late 19th century that Paris became the city we now know: a cosmopolitan capital and the center of fashion, art and consumerism.
Fee: $39.00
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Creutzburg Center 101

260 Gulph Creek Road
(in Harford Park)
Radnor, PA 19087
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Maria Ann Conelli

Maria Ann Conelli is a Professor of Art History and was the founding dean of the School of Visual, Media and Performing Arts at Brooklyn College, City University of New York (2011-2022). Her area of specialty is Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture in Italy and France. She was previously the executive director of the American Folk Art Museum and oversaw the landmark red and white quilt exhibition at the Park Avenue Armory. Conelli has served as dean of the School of Graduate Studies and acting dean of the School of Art & Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and, prior to that, as chair of the Smithsonian Institution’s graduate programs in the History of Decorative Arts in New York and Washington, D.C. Conelli holds a Ph.D. in architectural history from Columbia University, a master’s degree from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and a bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College in Art History. She has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the J. Paul Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship in the History of Art and the Humanities, and is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. Conelli has taught in the United States and in Europe; organized exhibitions, lectured and published on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century art, architecture and landscape design. She served on the College Art Association’s Executive Committee as a Vice President for External Affairs, and is on the Board of Director’s Forum, and Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College.



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