Introduction to Virtual Programing
Membership offers you pre-recorded, live presentations by Jane Blair to view as many times as you like.
These videos are actual, spontaneous ArtMatters performances, presented to live audiences, only edited for time. The recordings were all created pre-pandemic, and intended for internal training purposes, so please forgive the less than perfect filming. Enjoy them for their unpredictable, one might say "charming" quality.
You also have an option of a live, interactive, zoom presentation.
This Month's Presentations:
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Primary Video - JUNE
Women Artists 1
Until the 20th Century
Women artists, capable of the art of creation as well as the creation of art, have historically proved threatening to the dominant male establishment. There are many examples of how she has flourished and failed, been celebrated or crushed, but in almost every instance, needing to be better than their male competitors to be taken seriously.
Join us for a look and a discussion about the women who have defied convention to make art from the Renaissance through the 19th century.
Bonus Video - JUNE
Women Artists 2
Of the 20th Century
Women artists, capable of the art of creation as well as the creation of art, have historically proved threatening to the dominant male establishment. In more modern times, our ability to create art was less openly inhibited, but new, modern obstacles arose.
Join us for a new look and a discussion about the women and their struggle to make art in the 20th Century.
Next Month's Presentations:
Primary Video - JULY
Music & Dance
The bond between parents and their children is very special, very personal, and yet universal. This relationship transcends language, different cultures, great distances and time itself. Art speaks to this bond, so we can understand and share the connections and experiences made between mothers & their children throughout our human history. Fathers welcome! Join us for a special sharing, and invite your children.
Bonus Video - JULY
Although we use art to communicate with one another as Human Beings, it is with other animals we are sometimes more connected to. We have a special relationship with our most intimate friends, the ones with which we share our daily lives. We are very emotionally connected to our pets. Join us for a journey around the world and throughout history, with art, to see and appreciate how connected we are, and how well we understand our relationships with our many pets.