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As a reminder to reuse items and protect our environment, we're taking an in-depth look at a Rag merchant's bag from 1873 that's in our textile collection. Notice the saki-ori balls inside? They're made of cotton rag and recycled paper. https://bit.ly/3xkkRmm
Join BMoCA for the Artist/Curator Talk for FROM THIS DAY FORWARD!
Thursday April 22 – 5:30-6:30pm via Zoom
This virtual Artist/Curator talk features Guest Curator Tya Alisa Anthony and the Exhibiting Artists from FROM THIS DAY FORWARD.
Dawson Carr, Curator of European Art is retiring at the end of the month. Dawson, we will miss you so much! https://buff.ly/3nbgtS6
The goal in conserving these works was not to hide the damage—the scars tell their own story.
We take a closer look at two prints by Martin Puryear to learn how conservator Mary Broadway revives and prolongs the lives of objects.
Join us this tonight at 7 pm for an artist talk with Stephanie Syjuco. The two will question if we can trust the images we see and discuss the dynamic power of visibility and invisibility.
Click below to register for this free Zoom event.
It has been said that astronomy is a humbling and character-building experience...To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another, and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.”
At this time, all tickets, both general admission and member tickets, are SOLD OUT through May 9 (the close of #FristPicasso).
We will continue to offer online exhibitions and programming at http://FristArtMuseum.org
Join us there!
Think Ratatouille, but make it feminist, eco-friendly art. #EarthDay
Say hello to performance artist Rachel Rosenthal and her rat, Tatti Wattles.
Due to rain in the forecast, tomorrow’s outdoor screening of “Sun of the Soil” is rescheduled to Saturday, April 24, at 8 p.m.
Visit http://menil.org/events for more details.
Happy #EarthDay2021! 🌎
To celebrate, the #bowersblog examines creatures from our collection which Rachel Carson once warned might disappear due to the widespread use of pesticides: birds.
For our Earth Day special, follow the link below!
Taken by Irving Penn in 1951, this photo captures the inimitable marine biologist, conservationist, and writer #RachelCarson, whose 1962 book "Silent Spring" ignited the modern American environmental movement. #EarthDay
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Talk about some serious talent! 🎨
Experience nearly 250 works of art by New York City teens who received the highest regional recognition in the 2021 Scholastic @artandwriting Awards, on view at The Met through May 21.
Celebrate Earth Day 🌍 with a series of virtual programs and resources exploring the natural world.
Join us for conversations, art-making activities, and live performances designed to inspire creative action and reflection at home.
In honor of Earth Day today, we invite you to check out our blog featuring sustainable fashion tips written by Marina Hays, the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Textile Conservation at the Denver Art Museum: https://bit.ly/3v8f7ul
Cast your vote today! In celebration of #EarthDay2021, the Feitler Center for Academic Inquiry invites all #UChicago students to help select an environmentally themed artwork to be added to our collection. Preview the works and vote before midnight: https://collegesurveys.uchicago.edu/earth_day_smart_museum_voting
The Getty Center’s Central Garden and the Getty Villa’s four gardens host more than 500 varieties of plants that climb over trellises, wind through mazes, and line walkways. The result is art that you can not only see, but also wander through.
An #EarthDay activity for the whole family: abstract painting from nature 🌿
Take a nature walk to discover unique patterns, colors, and shapes. Then, create your own abstract artwork inspired by the natural forms you saw!
Get outside → https://bit.ly/3xiZ7aM
It's #EarthDay! 🌎 What's your favorite landscape or Earth-inspired work of art from The Met?
Have you tried the delicious treats at Cafe Leonelli? #NowOpen https://bit.ly/3uqWaCx
#TWAxGuggEarthDay: Kicking off our Earth Day takeover is Wael Al Awar, principal architect and founding partner of waiwai. “As an architect, I feel a responsibility as a custodian for our planet to achieve equity and environmental justice,” he says: https://gu.gg/3gJYfpV
This #EarthDay we're celebrating the use of organic materials by artists in #DivisionOfLabor on view at #SMoCA through Aug. 22, 2021. Artwork shown: Gabriela Muñoz and M. Jenea Sanchez, "Labor – Victoria & Rosalinda," 2021, Serigraphed handmade bricks. Photo: Claire A. Warden
You were here. You are here. You will be here.
Introducing "The Visitors," a series from @Open_Space featuring reflections on time spent in the Bay Area. https://sfmoma.me/3vaAT0h
Just posted a photo @ TAM Torrance Art Museum https://www.instagram.com/p/CN-p-9DFpLS/?igshid=1pfghlfxf9bps
#HBD to artist #RichardDiebenkorn, born #OTD in 1922.
Image: Richard Diebenkorn, "Seated Woman," 1964. Museum purchase with funds contributed by the Friends of the Museum.