ZOOM: TALK THE TALK
Online lectures we're watching
With the rapid expansion of digital platforms, in person art experiences take on new meaning. These talks offer a perspective on the history of art making across artistic practices while answering the questions: Do dual experiences of physical and online art objects support each other? Do digital platforms offer opportunities for creating a more immediate artwork? What is the continuing cultural value of physical art objects if exhibits can be experienced online? How does location inform a viewer's understanding of space? What is the history of interdisciplinary art in Western art history? How are sacred spaces translated across fine art media/um? How do the art making traditions of Black, Native American, and Non-Western artists bridge the digital-physical divide?
Preparing for Wendy Red Star
at the Joslyn Museum
Work Culture and the Art of Representation
Artists from the Kamoinge Workshop