Delve Winter 2020: Siri Hustvedt and the Art of Seeing

hustvedt

Delve Winter 2020: Siri Hustvedt and the Art of Seeing

$220.00

15 in stock

Description

Tuesdays, February 11-March 17, 2020
6:30-8:30 p.m. (six sessions)
Guide: Ivonne Saed

In this Delve, we will read two of Hustvedt’s novels, The Blindfold and What I Loved, along with some of her essays.This combination will allow us to connect her theoretical ideas on art and the act of seeing with her fictional work. Winner of the 2019 Princesa de Asturias Award for Literature, Siri Hustvedt has an especially acute way of looking at the world around her. The attentive observation in her narrative allows her to develop complex characters and relations, creating an intimacy both between them and with the reader that makes them more vivid and endearing.

READING LIST:
The Blindfoldby Siri Hustvedt
What I Loved by Siri Hustvedt

SEMINAR GUIDE:

Ivonne Saed is a graphic designer, writer, translator, and photographer who has extensively explored the crossroads between the visual and the textual, both in her creative work and in teaching. She is the author of the novel Triple crónica de un nombre (Triple Chronicle of a Name), which received a mention of honor in the Juan Rulfo National Award for First Novel in Mexico, and the non-fiction Sobre Paul Auster: Autoría, distopía y textualidad (On Paul Auster: Authorship, Dystopia and Textuality). She has taught literature at Oregon State University, Marylhurst University and Universidad Iberoamericana, and she has been a Delve guide since 2011.

Delve Access Program
We want Delve seminars to be accessible to everyone, regardless of income and background. We understand that our tuition structure can present obstacles for some people. We are happy to offer an Access Program which provides reduced tuition to qualifying participants. Our Access Program offers Delve seminar registrations at a sliding scale amount of $45-$100 per registration.Contact Susan Moore at susan@literary-arts.org if you would like to take a Delve at the Access Rate.