Life Maps: The Search for Meaning in the Modern Arts

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Norman Leer        normanleer@att.net 608-236-0158

This class is designed for people interested in modern literature, film, music and the visual arts, and who want to explore connections between works of art and their own life issues. Both parts of this dialogue are equally important, and can elicit deeper meanings from the works and our own lives. This spring, we’ll do an in-depth reading of Franz Kafka’s The Trial. This enigmatic novel interweaves theological, psychological and political symbolism. We’ll work with all these dimensions, and try to connect them to our own searches for meaning. 

Location

 Madison Senior Center

Meeting Day

 Wednesday

Meeting Time

 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Start Date

 February 24, 2016

End Date

 April 27, 2016

Participation

 Regular reading/discussion

Class Size

20

Class notes

Please contact Norman Leer at normanleer@att.net to enroll if you are new to the course.

 

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