Registration is now open for Columbus College of Art & Design Spring 2010 Continuing Education classes.
Check out ART CRIMES: Heists and Forgeries (CE200.31), taught by Portfolio talent and CCAD instructor, Brian Williams.
This course is a comprehensive history of stolen and forged art; who does it, why, and how. Students will examine famous cases of museum heists, and explore the debate of institutionalized theft: one country, government, regime, or institution stealing from another. Offering an insight into the controversial reality of the art industry, this course will examine the often hidden side of private and public collections. Students will explore processes professionals use to determine whether an art object is real or fake. This course will include lecture, discussion, interactive activities and extended time at the Columbus Museum of Art.