Talk: The Olmec to the Aztec - The Art of Mezoamerica Thursday, December 16, 2021 - Sold Out
Presentation on the 2nd floor Terrace. Face mask required. Socially distanced seating provided.
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INTRODUCTION TO MESOAMERICAN ART HISTORY - THE OLMEC TO THE AZTEC Presented by John Harvey Williams Thursday, December 16, 2021 5 pm
A general overview of Mesoamerica’s formative cultures which established stylistic and religious archetypes that lasted until the Spanish conquest and that continue to thrive to this very day.
The presenter, John Harvey Williams has BA from the University of Texas in Art History where he was a student of Linda Schiele, Richard Townsend and Terrance Grieder among other internationally recognized experts in the field of Mesoamerican Art History and has continued to study and explore since his graduation from UT in 1978. He is a naturalized Mexican Citizen and completely bilingual and bicultural. He has been living and working in Mexico since 1984, first in Mexico City for 27 years, then in San Miguel for 3 years, and since 2014 in Oaxaca.
This presentation will take place on the 2nd floor terrace of the Library. Seating in the salon will be made available for those unable to access the terrace. The presentation will be video stream for those in the salon. Face Masks must be worn at all times. Attendees will be requested to maintain social distancing.