Thursday, April 9 – ONLINE
This class will only be online through Zoom. You will be sent a link to join the class after you register. There will be no late registrations allowed after April 8th.
Facilitator: Sister Mary Boyd
Kathe Kollwitz (1867–1945) was a German expressionist artist who worked in sculpture, painting and printmaking in an art world dominated by men. Her compassionate art vision centered on women and the working class. She was concerned with the effects of poverty, grief, war and suffering of all kinds on people. She created about 50 self-portraits. Her woodcuts are especially famous. As with most expressionists, her personal story is important to understand her art.
Register by: 4/8