Black Opera as Architecture: A Conversation with Kimberly Drew, Alicia Hall Moran, and Imani Uzuri Kimberly Drew, writer, curator, and activist; Alicia Hall Moran, artist, composer, and mezzo-soprano; and Imani Uzuri, composer, librettist, and 2019-2020 Hutchins Fellow, W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute, Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, Harvard University
Edgar ...
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Local to Global: Teaching Critical Thinking through Art—the Gallery’s first MOOC Julie Carmean, manager of national teacher programs, National Gallery of Art, and Sara Lesk, manager of Art Around the Corner, National Gallery of Art
Using Harvard Project Zero’s Artful Thinking Routines and the Gallery’s collection, Julie Carmean and Sara Lesk ...
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Reflections on the Collection: Kren on Giovanni d’Alemagna’s Saint Apollonia Destroys a Pagan Idol Thomas Kren (former associate director for collections, J. Paul Getty Museum and 2016 Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professor at the National Gallery of Art) examines Saint Apollonia Destroys a Pagan Idol, part of an altarpiece by Giovanni d’Alemagna. Kren describes ... 2843 1 9 mins 1
Poulenc Trio Program: An American View: Whitman and the American Pre-Raphaelites.
This program was in honor of the exhibition The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists and featured music by Tom Benjamin, William Grant Still, and André Previn.
This concert was held at the ...
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Remarks on the Dedication of the National Gallery of Art: Samuel H. Kress Samuel H. Kress, American businessman and philanthropist. The National Gallery of Art was created on March 17, 1937, by a joint resolution of Congress accepting the gift of financier and art collector Andrew W. Mellon. Designed by John Russell Pope, ... 2996 0 3 mins 1
Remarks on the Dedication of the National Gallery of Art: Charles Evans Hughes Charles Evans Hughes, 11th chief justice of the United States (1930–1941) and chairman of the National Gallery of Art (1937–1941). The National Gallery of Art was created on March 17, 1937, by a joint resolution of Congress accepting the gift ... 2347 0 3 mins 1
Speech on the Dedication of the National Gallery of Art: Paul Mellon Paul Mellon, American philanthropist, art collector, and founding benefactor and trustee of the National Gallery of Art. The National Gallery of Art was created on March 17, 1937, by a joint resolution of Congress accepting the gift of financier and ... 2223 0 5 mins 1
Reflections on the Collection: Cecilia Frosinini on Giotto’s Madonna and Child (c. 1310/1315) Cecilia Frosinini (Opificio delle Pietre Dure e Laboratori di Restauro, Florence, and former Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professor at the National Gallery of Art), explores how Giotto conveys a new painterly language of feeling and devotion that expresses human relationships ... 2496 0 9 mins 0
Cats in the National Gallery of Art's Permanent Collection Heidi Applegate, guest lecturer
In this lecture, presented at the National Gallery of Art on December 9, 2019, guest lecturer Heidi Applegate explored the depiction of cats across a wide range of artistic media, genres, and styles in the Gallery’s ...
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East Coast Chamber Orchestra Program: An Ancient Walkabout
This program, featuring music by J. S. Bach, Gabriela Lena Frank, Henry Purcell, Benjamin Britten, highlighted the chaconne, a musical form which originated in Latin America in the late sixteenth century and has inspired composers ever ...
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The Easter Story in Art David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art.
There are many works in the National Gallery of Art which have been inspired by the glorious story of Easter. Paintings and sculptures from the Gallery’s extensive and rich permanent collection illustrate ...
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Wyeth Lecture in American Art: Art Is an Excuse: Conceptual Strategies, 1968–1983 Kellie Jones, Columbia University. In this lecture, presented on November 6, 2019, Kellie Jones, of Columbia University, looks at international conceptual art networks and the making of global community in the late twentieth century. The lecture considers moments in the ... 6045 0 59 mins 6
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Jonathan Franzen - Freedom US literary superstar Jonathan Franzen talks about his hugely acclaimed novel Freedom. An epic of contemporary love and marriage, Freedom charts the exploits of the Berglund family, capturing the temptations and burdens of liberty, the thrills of teenage lust, the ... 2775 3 50 mins 0
Marian Keyes - Rachel's Holiday World Book Club talks life, sex, drugs, if not rock ‘n’ roll to chart-topping Irish writer Marian Keyes about her best-selling novel Rachel’s Holiday. She answers BBC listeners' questions from around the world, and also reads several passages from her ... 750 0 49 mins 0
JD Salinger - The Catcher In The Rye Harriet Gilbert discusses JD Salinger's classic novel The Catcher in the Rye with a studio audience, including questions from BBC World Service listeners as far afield as Nepal and the Czech Republic. She's in New York's Algonquin Hotel, long-time hangout ... 3108 1 50 mins 0
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