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- #FindTime María Emilia Fernández (class of 2013) considers what Art 106 teaches students beyond a list of important works throughout time: “Taking #Art106 is much more than learning about the history of art, or memorizing iconic artworks, it is a course that shapes the way you see. As the late #JohnBerger pointed out, ‘Seeing comes before words...It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world.’” [Stills from John Berger’s BBC documentary, “Ways of Seeing,” aired in 1972]
- #FindTime María Emilia Fernández (class of 2013) considers what Art 106 teaches students beyond a list of important works throughout time: “Taking #Art106 is much more than learning about the history of art, or memorizing iconic artworks, it is a course that shapes the way you see. As the late #JohnBerger pointed out, ‘Seeing comes before words...It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world.’” [Stills from John Berger’s BBC documentary, “Ways of Seeing,” aired in 1972]
- #FindTime María Emilia Fernández (class of 2013) considers what Art 106 teaches students beyond a list of important works throughout time: “Taking #Art106 is much more than learning about the history of art, or memorizing iconic artworks, it is a course that shapes the way you see. As the late #JohnBerger pointed out, ‘Seeing comes before words...It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world.’” [Stills from John Berger’s BBC documentary, “Ways of Seeing,” aired in 1972]
- Next, a reflection by Grace Sparapani ’16. #FindTime – it’s running out, so enroll in 106 (and tell your friends!) before Friday. • • “I'll always be thankful to Art 105/106 for introducing me to Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty. When I came to Vassar, I had no intentions of studying Art History, and took the class only because older students told me it was the one class every Vassar student had to experience (and they were right!). 105/106 introduced me to art as not just something you see, but something you experience, something that takes the eyes, the mind, the body, all 5 senses and more and puts them into conversation with each other, sometimes in a harmonious conversation, and sometimes not. Spiral Jetty is a perfect example of this, of a work you can see from above or a work you can walk within, a work that communes with nature, with water, with earth, with sky. After Vassar I ended up getting my MA in Art History with a professor whose first book was about Robert Smithson—coincidentally (or maybe it's kismet), I met her through Professor Nesbit. Working now in art and the culture industry, and looking forward to future graduate plans studying art, I'm so grateful for 105/106 and what it showed me. If I could take it again, I would, so you'll have to take it for me. Trust me—it might change your life!”
- Next, a reflection by Grace Sparapani ’16. #FindTime – it’s running out, so enroll in 106 (and tell your friends!) before Friday. • • “I'll always be thankful to Art 105/106 for introducing me to Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty. When I came to Vassar, I had no intentions of studying Art History, and took the class only because older students told me it was the one class every Vassar student had to experience (and they were right!). 105/106 introduced me to art as not just something you see, but something you experience, something that takes the eyes, the mind, the body, all 5 senses and more and puts them into conversation with each other, sometimes in a harmonious conversation, and sometimes not. Spiral Jetty is a perfect example of this, of a work you can see from above or a work you can walk within, a work that communes with nature, with water, with earth, with sky. After Vassar I ended up getting my MA in Art History with a professor whose first book was about Robert Smithson—coincidentally (or maybe it's kismet), I met her through Professor Nesbit. Working now in art and the culture industry, and looking forward to future graduate plans studying art, I'm so grateful for 105/106 and what it showed me. If I could take it again, I would, so you'll have to take it for me. Trust me—it might change your life!”
- Next, a reflection by Grace Sparapani ’16. #FindTime – it’s running out, so enroll in 106 (and tell your friends!) before Friday. • • “I'll always be thankful to Art 105/106 for introducing me to Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty. When I came to Vassar, I had no intentions of studying Art History, and took the class only because older students told me it was the one class every Vassar student had to experience (and they were right!). 105/106 introduced me to art as not just something you see, but something you experience, something that takes the eyes, the mind, the body, all 5 senses and more and puts them into conversation with each other, sometimes in a harmonious conversation, and sometimes not. Spiral Jetty is a perfect example of this, of a work you can see from above or a work you can walk within, a work that communes with nature, with water, with earth, with sky. After Vassar I ended up getting my MA in Art History with a professor whose first book was about Robert Smithson—coincidentally (or maybe it's kismet), I met her through Professor Nesbit. Working now in art and the culture industry, and looking forward to future graduate plans studying art, I'm so grateful for 105/106 and what it showed me. If I could take it again, I would, so you'll have to take it for me. Trust me—it might change your life!”
- A series of Art 105/106 alums reflect on their lasting memories of the legendary course. Pre-registration ends this Friday—#FindTime now. • • First up, Samantha Kohl ’17 @samantharosekohl : “When Taylor Hall's doors closed and lights dimmed, my life began. Art 105/106 completely changed my path for the best. Art 106 and Prof. Nesbit's classes led me to a fellowship at @juddfoundation after graduating. There, I could sit on a Rietveld chair, gaze at a Stella wall piece, and bask under the light of a Flavin—all while ruminating over my VC art history lessons where I learned that art and life are forever entangled. If I could say one thing to a current Vassar student, it would be to take Art 106. You won't regret it.”
- A series of Art 105/106 alums reflect on their lasting memories of the legendary course. Pre-registration ends this Friday—#FindTime now. • • First up, Samantha Kohl ’17 @samantharosekohl : “When Taylor Hall's doors closed and lights dimmed, my life began. Art 105/106 completely changed my path for the best. Art 106 and Prof. Nesbit's classes led me to a fellowship at @juddfoundation after graduating. There, I could sit on a Rietveld chair, gaze at a Stella wall piece, and bask under the light of a Flavin—all while ruminating over my VC art history lessons where I learned that art and life are forever entangled. If I could say one thing to a current Vassar student, it would be to take Art 106. You won't regret it.”
- A series of Art 105/106 alums reflect on their lasting memories of the legendary course. Pre-registration ends this Friday—#FindTime now. • • First up, Samantha Kohl ’17 @samantharosekohl : “When Taylor Hall's doors closed and lights dimmed, my life began. Art 105/106 completely changed my path for the best. Art 106 and Prof. Nesbit's classes led me to a fellowship at @juddfoundation after graduating. There, I could sit on a Rietveld chair, gaze at a Stella wall piece, and bask under the light of a Flavin—all while ruminating over my VC art history lessons where I learned that art and life are forever entangled. If I could say one thing to a current Vassar student, it would be to take Art 106. You won't regret it.”

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