VISUAL PERCEPTION: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM ART HISTORY
A topic of great interest to scientists and philosophers for centuries has been the nature of visual perception-that is, what is the process by which we see the world? This talk will examine how developments in both the sciences and visual arts over many centuries have jointly contributed to the ways scientists think about visual perception today.
Dr. Harry Heft, Professor of Psychology (Emeritus) Denison University
Reservations Recommended – Limited Seating. This program is geared toward adults. Register here.