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Part IV — The Art of the Future

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Part IV —
The Art of the Future

John Lobell's Arts and Culture
Artis—Naples Lifelong Learning

We often think of works of art as isolated objects which we can enjoy for their beauty. But we can also see art as embedded in its culture. In this series of four talks, Lobell illustrates cultures as symbolic, each presenting a very different notion of who we are as human beings and how we construct our social environments.

March 26: Part IV — The Art of the Future
Witness the culture of our emerging 21st century and the kind of art that it may bring us in this final installment of John Lobell’s lecture series, Arts and Culture: West, East, Modern and Future.

This presentation is the fourth of John Lobell's Arts and Culture lecture series.

John Lobell

John Lobell

A professor at Pratt Institute, John Lobell studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. His interests include architecture, cultural theory, consciousness, Buddhism and the impact of technology on culture. Lobell lectures widely and is the author of several books, including Between Silence and Light: Spirit in the Architecture of Louis I. Kahn. For more information about John Lobell, please visit CreativityDiscourse.com and JohnLobell.com.


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