From Sept. 9 – 14, Björklunden is offering the seminars “Poetry of Place: A Photographic Experience” with Suzanne Rose and “Julius Caesar” with Dan Taylor.
“Poetry of Place” is an opportunity for participants to deepen their photographic vision and find a fresh approach to express their artistic voice through images. Participants will visit numerous local sites for inspiration and time will spent in one-on-one and group discussions.
This seminar is open to all levels of photographic experience and all types, sizes and styles of cameras are welcome.
Rose is an award recipient of the Fellowship in the Visual Arts from the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts, Peninsula Arts Association & Wisconsin Arts Board and the first individual artist to receive the Fred Alley Visionary Award from the Peninsula Arts Association. For more information about Rose visit http://www.suzannerose.com.
Military genius and politician par excellence, Julius Caesar transformed the Roman Republic into a monarchy of unparalleled power, wealth, and imperial dominion. How? Why? “Julius Caesar,” will explore these questions with the help of Philip Freeman’s Julius Caesar. This biography chronicles the life of the Roman who gave his name to all subsequent Roman Empire rulers.
Taylor is the Hiram A. Jones Professor and Chair of Classics Emeritus at Lawrence University.
Seminars take place at Björklunden’s lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor. Seminar classes meet weekday mornings and some evenings.
For complete course descriptions, fees, and registration information, call 920.839.2216 or visit http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/bjork/bjorkseminars.