What Color Is Your Apple? The Power of Observation
Power, love and danger – Red is the color of many things.
What comes to mind? Dorothy’s slippers, a stop sign or an apple? Where do you encounter the color red?
Join us as Bonnie Pitman delivers a special presentation of The Power of Observation dedicated to the color red!
Journey through the history and symbolism of the color while exploring the differences between seeing, looking and observing. Observation requires that we look and listen deeply to develop an understanding of the impressions we collect. Understand the science of how we see color and consider where you observe red in your surroundings.
Help us make this a red letter day by wearing red to the event!
Director, Art-Brain Innovations, Center for BrainHealth
Distinguished Scholar in Residence, The University of Texas at Dallas
As the former director of the Dallas Museum of Art, Bonnie is a national leader in the public engagement of art. Bonnie’s expertise and enthusiasm for art inspires optimal brain engagement.
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Reception 6:30-7 PM
Speaker 7-8 PM