CLASSES AND STUDIO TOURS
Ceramic Object Study Session with Garth Johnson (NEW)
Date: Friday, June 5
Description: Join Garth in a conversation about Howard Kottler's life and work with special guests Judith Schwartz and Paul Kotula projects. As a special treat, I'll be back at the museum for the first time since quarantine began, and I'll be showing objects from our collection, as well as "The Old Bag Next Door is Nuts", which is still on loan from Judith Schwartz. Judy has also unearthed a trove of images of Howard, his work, and his collections that haven't been seen publicly... at least in a long time.
All future sessions will be done at the Zoom link below:
Meeting ID: 941 8240 8046
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Past Ceramic Object Study Sessions
Virtual Live Yoga with heART
Class available online via Zoom
Saturdays, May 16, 23, 30, June 6, 10:00am–11:15am
$8 Members | $10 Non-Members
Register for all 4-weeks and receive a 10% discount
$5 to receive a recording of the class
You must pre-register for class no later than 24-hours before the class.
Lacey McKinney Studio Tour
A virtual studio visit with CNY based artist Lacey McKinney, the McColl Center for Art Innovation Fall 2019 Artist-in-Residence. McKinney’s work calls out the underrepresentation of female artists, explores cultural inequalities, and deconstructs the way that women are represented in modern imagery.
Everson At Home
The Everson Museum of Art can come to you! Using Zoom video conferencing a Museum educator will provide a Museum-themed lesson in real time (each session lasts approximately 30 minutes). This program is meant for schools, homeschool groups, and area community organizations. Sessions must be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance.
Live Virtual Lessons
Visual Thinking Strategies
(Anchor Standard 8 Interpret meaning in artistic work)
Visual Thinking Strategies provides an inquiry-based approach to looking at art. Museum educators will guide students through facilitated discussions about selected narrative-based works of art from the Everson’s collection.
Exploring the Everson’s Collection
(Can be tailored according to grade level)
Explore a thematic selection of objects from the Everson’s collection.
Conveying Meaning Through Art
(Appropriate for High School grade level. Supports anchor standard 6 Conveying meaning through the presentation of artistic work)
Museums play an integral role in the way society perceives itself. They are trusted sources of information and custodians of objects. More than that, museums shape culture and inspire people to action. In this virtual art talk, students have the opportunity to engage with an Everson staff member to discuss the role of museums as culturally responsive organizations, and take a virtual guided tour of some of Everson's highlighted exhibitions. This art talk addresses standard 6 of the Common Core’s art standards for High School Students.