The Vitruvian Man



Assistant Professor of Art History Susan Slater-Tanner will offer an hour and fifteen minutes digital presentation leading readers of the Da Vinci Code on an armchair tour through the quiet halls of the Louvre Museum and the labyrinth-like environs of Paris and London. Come join the hunt for visual clues and a deeper artistic understanding of Dan Brown’s best selling fiction novel The Da Vinci Code. A question and answer segment as well as reader discussion will be incorporated into the evening’s dialogue.

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Durer/witches


An art historical exploration of societal fear and anxiety associated with magic and witchcraft.

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