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Reading Pictures - Are You Visually Literate? John Ericson Wednesday 25 October 2017

"How we perceive and interpret art; understanding what we can learn from it".

John Ericson was formerly a lecturere at the University of Bath and Director of Studies in the School of Education, he has worked extensively overseas as an educational consultant.  As well as the talks he has developed from his professional background, he offers presentations on an eclectic range of topics from antique corkscrews to Norman Rockwell - these derive from his diverse interests and enthusiams.

This lecture chronicles not only the life of arguably Austria's mosted feted artist working within a Viennese society renowned for a heady mix of decadence, opulence and paranoia, but also the emergence of the ensuing Secessionist Movement.

We live in an increasingly visual environment. Images are all round us, not just in art galleries and museums but from the media and the world in general. But how well and how accurately do we interpret our visual world? When we view an image we make two assumptions: first, that what we see is what others see and second that what we see is the way it is! Both of these assumptions can easily be shown to be wrong! In this lecture John explains how we can improve our perception and appreciation of what we choose to look at.

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