Susan Lahey, MA, ISA Accredited Member is a respected public speaker and lecturer, and has been invited to speak on the topic of Asian art for organizations such as the Women’s Art Association in Toronto. Since 2014, Susan has been teaching at the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies, specializing in Chinese works of art. Susan has also had the opportunity to share her knowledge through the International Society of Appraisers, developing a well received course in Asian ceramics and is currently in the process of expanding the ISA’s Asian art educational programming.
University of Toronto, School of Continuing Education – Arts of China: From the Ancient to the Contemporary (Course number 2992)
Exploring works in various media including jade, porcelain, painting, and sculpture, students will be introduced to the world of Chinese art with a particular focus on works from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD), a period that is touted as the pinnacle of Chinese artistic achievement. Studying both fine and decorative art, the course will highlight the variety and intricacy of Chinese art, offering a view into the history, practices, and traditions that informed these works.
For more information, please visit the University of Toronto School for Continuing Studies.
International Society of Appraisers – Asian Art III: Foundation Course in Asian Ceramics for Appraisers
A comprehensive course presented over three-days, Asian Art III aims to provide an overview of the most significant types of ceramics and their current values with particular focus on Chinese works.
This course will be offered on-site August 3-5, 2016 in San Francisco, California.
To learn more about the International Society Appraisers (Canadian Chapter), click here. For more information on this course or ISA’s educational programming, please visit the International Society of Appraisers Education.