Presented by Siobhan Byrns.
Every day we are exposed to hundreds, or even thousands of images. Some of these artifacts are genuine, some are AI-generated, and some are composites of multiple images. How do we discern which images will affect our choices and lives and which can be dismissed? In this session, we’ll explore art and culture through the lenses of perception and reality.
The University of Lynchburg’s LIFE@Lynchburg program offers not-for-credit learning opportunities for community members age 50 and older. The program features weekly presentations on a variety of engaging topics, taught by current and retired faculty and staff members or area educators and presenters.
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