Virtual Gallery Access & Education
This riveting presentation by John Killacky and Sean Clute offered attendees the opportunity to experience spontaneity and the sensory elements of sound, film, and a Fluxus score.
Dr. Di Dio will consider why, when, and by whom American and European monuments of the past were made, what should be done with them, and will propose how those monuments may provide a framework for new approaches to public monuments moving forward.
DeGennaro explores the sources of her inspiration, including sacred geometry, traditional symbols, Josef Albers’ color theory, and her forty-year practice of recording dreams.
Art World 101 explores basic definitions of key players such as museums, dealers, and collectors, and discusses the varying roles of artists, art advisors, influencers, and publicists.
Featuring curators Rachel Moore and Adriana Teresa Letorney and exhibiting artists Júlia Pontés, Gabriella Báez, Allison Dinner, and Giacomo d'Orlando.
Catherine Opie shares her life experiences and profoundly moving decades of work.
Our learning from and listening to these voices must always be present and a place from which we respond with a call to action.
Sean Clute (artist, professor at Northern Vermont University-Johnson), Molly Davies (artist), Jeroen Nelemans (artist), and Brian Mernoff (MIT Museum Education Coordinator), share perspectives on art & technology during a discussion moderated by Rachel Moore.
Rachel Moore interviews Eiko Otake,
John R.Killacky, and Brian Stevenson.
Thank you to Jean Nichols Cross for production photos.
Courtesy of Vermont Art Online.
A special thanks to Sarah Briggs and Sarah Laursen.