Participants will examine, discuss, and take a slow look at various works of art that have a compelling narrative. Join North Carolina Museum of Art docent Rhonda Wilkerson, as she takes you on an artistic journey that examines the details and unlocks the story embedded in the work of art. Use your imagination to discover the artists’ stories - stories that will stick to us as will these works of art! Join us for an informative and engaging discussion as we broaden our artistic experience!
About the instructor:
Rhonda Wilkerson is a storyteller and educator, with a PhD from UNC-Chapel Hill. She taught as a Clinical Associate Professor in UNC’s School of Education for more than 30 years, conducting innumerable presentations and workshops for teachers, administrators, museum educators and curators, and has presented at numerous museums across the country. She has also found the time to be a North Carolina Museum of Art docent for many years, where her knowledge and very accessible and lively teaching have been highly valued. She is an enthusiastic collector of African Art and has taught African Art courses for OLLI at Duke.
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This course takes place in-person at the Friday Center for Continuing Education.
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