September 19-October 1, 2010
Escape into the world of the 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries for Winterthur's Fall Session 2010 (September 19–October 1). This intensive course of study offers an in-depth two-week study of the domestic furnishings made or used in America and appeals to individuals interested in American decorative arts. Content for the course centers on the Winterthur collection, the world's largest assemblage of decorative arts made or used in America between 1640 and 1860, and resources in the Winterthur library. Sessions take place in the classrooms, period rooms, and exhibition areas of Winterthur. The course also includes field trips to local historic sites.
Individuals with intermediate knowledge of American cultural history and decorative arts are encouraged to apply.
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Office of Continuing Education Programs
Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
Winterthur DE 19735
302.888.4786 or 800.448.3883 x4786
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