Immerse yourself in art history

St. Johns River State College will offer an art history leisure courses this fall on the St. Augustine campus. The non-credit courses will be taught by local artist and Florida School of the Arts instructor David Ouellette.    

Art History I will cover the art of the Aegean culture, including the palaces, paintings and sculptures of the Cyclades islands, Crete and Mycenae. Students will study ancient Greek art, from the emerging Geometric and Orientalizing periods through the Early and High Classical periods and Hellenistic times.  Students will also study Etruscan and Roman art, from Republican, Early, High and Late Empirical times, as well as the art of the Eastern Byzantine and Western Medieval worlds.  

The class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. from November 2 through December 7 on the St. Augustine campus, Room S-114. Registration for the non-credit course is $45.00. 

There are no requirements or prerequisites to register for these courses. To register, download the continuing education registration form. Applications are also available on the St. Augustine campus in the administration building. The application and payment can be delivered in person to the St. Augustine campus or mailed to the Academic Affairs office at 5001 St. Johns Avenue, Palatka, FL  32177. For additional information, call (386) 312-4211 or email


Susan Kessler
Director of Public Relations and Publications
(386) 312-4020