Course Code: 1959W
Dates: February 24, 2022
Meets: One Thu., 6-9PM 02/24 (MT) square
Location: Via Zoom
Save $12.00 with a CFU Membership
Geometry is a scaled-down representation of universal order, pure form, and proportion in the natural and cosmic world. Its patterns and principles have been used throughout time in art, architecture, and sacred rituals. Learn to create beautiful designs using a compass and a ruler. Dabblers will have the chance to explore your creativity without needing any previous training. Experienced artists, designers, craftspeople, or mathematicians can use what you learn to revitalize and deepen your interests. Working with geometry can be a contemplative practice that can bring us into direct relationship with our experience and to what Socrates called "ever true." Marney Babcock studied design at Arapahoe Community College and sacred geometry at the Prince School of Traditional Arts in London and Chartres cathedral in France. She is passionate about sharing what she has learned in seven years of study. Three different sessions are offered allowing you to go into depth with each of the forms: circles, triangles, or squares. Take one, take all!