Instructor Biography: Jill Kiefer
JILL KIEFER is a teaching artist and art historian. Kiefer is the Director of the Cultural Art History, Fine Arts, and Film, Radio & TV distance learning graduate programs offered by Warnborough College and is the founder and director of the organization What About Art? Kiefer has developed and implemented comprehensive academic and lifelong learning programs in Art History, Fine Arts, Film Studies, and the Humanities. She has taught at several prestigious institutions in the USA and abroad and is Co-Director/Curator of the Anderson Chase Gallery in Goldens Bridge, NY. She is a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the Ossining Arts Council, and the Northern Westchester Artists Guild (NWAG).
Other classes taught
Abstract Expressionism
Abstraction in American Art: A Look at Some Key Movements
Action Painting
American Abstraction and Synchromism
Art Appreciation with Jill Kiefer
Art in Words Book Discussion Series
Byzantine and Medieval Art Departs from the Classical
Claude Monet and Modernism
Cubism: It Changed The Way We See
Dada, the Anti-Art
Early Renaissance, an Age of Exploration
Expressionism: Don’t Think…Feel
Food in Art: A Survey of Some Delicious Artworks
Frank Stella: Austere and Monumental
Franz Marc: Symbolic Abstraction
Giotto and the Moderns
High Renaissance in Rome and the Venetian School
International Gothic Style, an Elegant Diversion
Introduction: American Modernism — The Other Modern Art
J.M.W. Turner: Unmatched and Unrivaled