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Date: July 10, 2018
Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
Juli Sibley, 6 sessions, Tuesday, July 10 - August 14, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
From 1789-1865, change swept across Europe and the United States, as new inventions in the areas of communications, travel developments, and industrial capabilities forever altered the ways people had lived for centuries. Against this backdrop, artists, musicians, and writers saw that Nature was the greatest teacher, and ideally was what defined the center of culture.  The Romantic Movement sought to broaden the understanding of human experience and to recognize the beauty and power of human emotion and imagination.  Visit or revisit the writings of Wordsworth and Emerson. Hear about Beethoven. See J. M. W. Turner, Francisco Goya, and other creative souls express Beauty and record their experiences  in the midst of the sometime destructive forces of industrialization and imperialism. 
"I am the lover of uncontained and immortal beauty."  Emerson
Juli Sibley is a designer, teacher and writer from Young Harris, Ga.  As a young student at YHC many of her inspirations for art came from the natural beauty of this valley.  Her latest book, "Earth Friendly Fabric Design" is available worldwide on Amazon.  She holds a MA in Fine Art from Western Carolina University.   Most recently, she has been a member of the art faculty at Augusta State University where she taught the art history section of World Humanities.
ICL Classroom at Young Harris College.
Date/Time Information:
Tuesday, July 10 - August 14, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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For more information please visit for registration and detailed course information or call 706.379.5194 and leave a message or send an email to
Course fee $20. (Requires ICL membership - $25 annually).
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