Edgar Peters Bowron: “The Critical Fortunes of Italian Baroque Painting in America”

– A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Edgar Peters Bowron, known to almost everyone as Pete, received his B.A. from Colgate University and his M.A. and PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. He began his professional career at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and has subsequently worked in a number of American

Brauer Museum of Art — 3 Interesting Things | Indiana Dunes

Brauer Museum of Art — 3 Interesting Things | Indiana Dunes

– Three interesting things! (crowd cheering) – Hi, today I’m at, well you guessed it, Valparaiso University, and I’m gonna be swinging over to the Brauer Museum of Art to talk with Gregg Hertzlieb. Let’s see what he has in his gallery. (fun folksy music) (fun folksy music) – Hi, my name is Gregg Hertzlieb

Art Therapy at the Eskenazi Museum

Art Therapy at the Eskenazi Museum

Lauren Daugherty: Art therapy at it’s core is a mental health profession that promotes health and well-being in individuals of all ages with a variety of concerns. But it really is a lot more than that here at the Eskenazi Museum of Art — it’s a way for people to understand better the world around

Meet the Artist: Daniel Lind-Ramos | Whitney Biennial 2019

Meet the Artist: Daniel Lind-Ramos | Whitney Biennial 2019

See this one? This place is called Colobo, in the town of Loíza, Puerto Rico. Loíza is like a great big family. We celebrate and we suffer together. And we resolve things together, which is more important. Taking personal experiences and using them to create visual symbols, for me, have been very important. I gather

A groundbreaking exhibition finally tells the stories of Native women artists

A groundbreaking exhibition finally tells the stories of Native women artists

JUDY WOODRUFF: And now a look at an art show that is both making history and teaching it. Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists is the country’s first ever exhibition devoted solely to the works of Native American women. Jeffrey Brown traveled to Minnesota and New Mexico to meet with some of the team

The Mysterious Chinese Art Heists Across Europe

The Mysterious Chinese Art Heists Across Europe

I’m Kento Bento. This video is made possible by CuriosityStream. Watch thousands of documentaries for free for 30 days at the link in the description. Stockholm, Sweden. 2010. Passersby on the streets of the capital were confused and scared. Several cars in and around the vicinity had lit up in flames, and no one had

Utah Museum of Fine Arts Reopening 2017 | Contact in the Community

Utah Museum of Fine Arts Reopening 2017 | Contact in the Community

For over a year the staff of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts has been working on the most comprehensive reinstallation since the museum opened in 2001. On August 26th the museum will reopen to the public with new artwork temporary exhibitions and a huge two-day celebration. ♪ Tell me, first of all, what makes

What is Visual Literacy?

What is Visual Literacy?

So, what is visual literacy? Well, art museums can teach a lot about it because art is a language; it’s a form of communication. So to be visually literate, you’ve got to know the alphabet and the vocabulary and the grammar of seeing. Little children, were told, from the first day they have on the

What  is art?

What is art?

In Washington DC, I visited the Smithsonian American Art Museum. My favorite piece in the whole museum was an installation called “Please Do Not Enter.” Excuse me sir, This is not an exhibit. This is exhibit that closed two days ago. This is not art work. What? Art work is over here. This is not