Hellenistic Art with Dr. Tony Morris
February 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST
Watch with us from The Hall at the Alhambra or from Home!
Led by Dr. Tony Morris, Department Chair of APSU Art + Design with Ph.D. in Art History.
The story of Circe bridges the gap between the gods and man, showing human-like fatal flaws and imperfections in immortal beings which allow us to relate to them on a personal level. The Hellenistic period cultivated the same connection, bringing a new level of naturalism and expression to the gods and heroes of the Classical age. Dr. Tony Morris leads us on an exploration of the art and architecture of the Hellenistic period.
Thanks to our book sponsor Planters Bank for providing free copies of Madeline Miller’s “Circe” to our community for this year’s Big Read!