Art is populated by figures of astounding imagination, creativity, and mystery. Often artists intersect in interesting ways. This study group focuses on increasing awareness of and appreciation for painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, art movements, and technique. What does visual art say about our world, past and present? Is it a form of history or fiction? When is it a message delivery mechanism? What may have been the artist’s intent, compared to what meaning we may place on the work when viewed today? The coordinators present the first few subjects of the established curriculum, while also welcoming suggestions based on participants’ interests. Presenters develop talking points on their subjects and choose a mix of video, still images, etc. As needed, the coordinators assist in content preparation. Because our subject changes each week, there are no prerequisites or assigned reading other than what a presenter may suggest. Recent topics include: Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, Self Portraits, Carol Ross Barney, Leonora Carrington, and Collector Billy Wilder. We never forget that most importantly, art is fun!