Course Description The most common “complaint” I get on my tours or after my presentations goes something like this, “Luc, that was fantastic, but I don’t think I could do this on my own without you being there to guide us.”
Perhaps you've had similar feelings yourself--like many others, you might have enjoyed the book or the tours, but feel like your own experiences with art haven't been as rewarding. Well, those sentiments are completely legitimate, and there's a solution.
"Reading" art is not something that was part of most of our educational experiences. Just like any kind of skill, it's not something that automatically sticks with you if you do it once, or even if you read a book about it. This is where TTA 201 comes in. This course is designed to make TTA stick with you--to make appreciating art an automatized skill as naturally comfortable to engage in, and as rewarding, as sitting down to read a novel.
In this course, you'll learn the various TTA techniques, get to practice them on great works of art, and, to solidify your understanding, you'll prepare your own art presentation.
It's time to make a world of art open up to you... without the feeling that you need a guide. It's time to master TTA for yourself.