Josef Albers, Artist as Educator
Painter and associate professor and director of graduate studies of painting and printmaking at Yale University, Anoka Faruqee will speak of Josef Albers’s “process before product” and “practice before theory” approach to teaching. Using the acclaimed 1963 Interaction of Color as a focal point, Faruqee will expand the conversation to the conceptual underpinnings and contemporary resonance of Albers’s approach to color, drawing, and design.
Support for programming related to Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957 is provided by Catherine Glynn Benkaim and Barbara Timmer.
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