(audience applauding) – Thank you all for being here. Thank you, Enrico. – Thank you. – Thank you, most of all, for being here. It’s been years in the making. I’d like, before we start, to thank Michael Darling, who really is the curatorial force behind this project. We were lucky to come in second.…Continue reading Meet the Artist: Enrico David – Hirshhorn Museum
So a main part of what we do at University Museums is work with students of all different disciplines to integrate the art collection and museum experience into their classroom experience. So helping them to think about ideas of visual literacy how that can be applied to their own disciplines. So the I E 348…Continue reading I E 348 Visits the Christian Petersen Art Museum
This painting was made in Florence. Raphael Sanzio actually spent four years in Florence. At the time, Florence was probably the most important art center in the world. In the 15th and early 16th century there were so many artists living in Florence, who basically revolutionized art in Europe. What you can see here, this…Continue reading Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part I : Raphael: “The Esterhazy Madonna”
Representation matters. Authentic representations of women matter. I think that too often, our public representations of women are enveloped in the language of the extraordinary. The first American woman to become a self-made millionaire: Madam C. J. Walker … The dresses of the first ladies of the United States … Shirley Chisholm, the first woman…Continue reading Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary | Ariana Curtis
We currently have around 2,500 pigments, different samples of pigments. And what we do is add to it every year. It’s a growing collection. We need to do that because we’re constantly looking at newer works of art that use new pigments, and we need to have standards for comparisons against works so that we…Continue reading Harvard Art Museums’ blackest pigment
Central Park is one of the best places to see birds during migration in all of northeastern North America. But if you should happen to arrive on a day when the weather is bad, just walk across the street and come in here to the American Museum of Natural History, and there are plenty of…Continue reading Birding at the Museum: A Tour with Stephen C. Quinn
How’s it going? I work for the British Museum’s new Digital Broadcasting team. We’re working on a stack of really interesting things right now including relaunching this our YouTube channel. And we want you to decide what our first series will be. We’ve made four pilots for you to watch. If you like the idea…Continue reading Choose the British Museum’s first YouTube series!
my name is Andy McGivern and i’m the curator of exhibitions at the Leight Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Another issue is the size of the community and how we how we approach art and you know my philosophy and our philosophy as a museum in a smaller community in the midwest is that we want…Continue reading ABS: How a Smaller Museum Presents Art for All — Woodson Art Museum
My name is Ruth director, and I’m the curator of Contemporary Art at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The Tel Aviv Museum is actually the oldest art museum in Israel it was founded in 1932, when Tel Aviv was quite a young city. You know, Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 so it was…Continue reading Ruth Direktor on the start of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Chagall and Meir Dizengoff.