Dear readers of my website,

Would you be interested in a live online discussion on modern art based on my book "A Visual History of the Visual Arts"?

I have recently published a new version of "A Visual History of the Visual Arts", and some readers have complained that it only has images, no commentary. I don't have time to write the commentary, but I would have time to go over the various chapters on Zoom and I would also be curious to hear your questions and comments. The people who have benefited most from that "Visual History" of mine are people with little or no art background.

July 21 (sunday) at 12pm California time (8-10pm Europe time) would be a good time for me.

If this sounds interesting, register here.

Students and scholars of art are welcome, but it will be especially interesting to hear the comments of those who know nothing of Kiefer and Gehry or even Monet, those whose background is in science and engineering (or law or business).

As you probably know, in 2008 I founded the Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvouz (LASERs) programs that now take place in more than 40 universities worldwide, and i still personally run the ones at Stanford in California. This is a program meant to bridge the humanities and the sciences.

Register here

If enough people register, we'll do it.