Art Appreciation: Early American Folk Art & Functional Decorative Objects

Art Appreciation: Early American Folk Art & Functional Decorative Objects
3 sessions • 6 hours

Join us this fall to discover the ways in which you can identify and appreciate functional folk art.  Find out how and why early American life produced this distinctive art (including common household objects!) and understand its important role in society. Please note, this is an informative art appreciation experience; individual art projects will not be completed.

Instructor: With a master’s Degree in Art Education from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Jeanne McDermott has more than 7 years of experience as a floral designer for Radebaughs in Towson, Md  and was as a teacher with the Frederick County Public School system for more than 10 years.

Art Appreciation: Early American Folk Art & Functional Decorative Objects
ILR528 • 5-digit: 18783
Thursday • 9/19-11/21 • 1:00-2:00 PM

Location:
Daybreak Adult Day Services
7819 Rocky Springs Road, Frederick, MD 21702

Register: Please contact Daybreak Adult Day Services at (301) 696-0808 to reserve your seat.
Fee: There is no charge to attend this course.

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