PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Films and Documentaries

Seeing Color

Every Tuesday - Sunday  
11:00 am and 3:00 pm
Free with admission

(2002) Produced for the National Gallery, this HD
video explores how painter’s use color. Featuring National Gallery curators and restorers, contemporary painters Sean Scully and Sam Gilliam, and more. 30 minutes

Rothko:
An Abstract Humanist

Every Tuesday - Sunday
12:00 pm
Free with admission

(2003) This program offers a rare examination of the life and work of Mark Rothko. Rothko gave abstraction the emotional power of music
and poetry. He painted ideas rather than objects and, in the process, created a deeply original pictorial language. One of the most important artists of his generation, Rothko is perhaps best known for his work in the style of the New York School and was a peer of many other illustrious abstract artists: Jackson Pollock, Barnett Newman, Clyfford Still, Franz Kline, and Robert Motherwell, to name only five. 52 minutes

The Way It Goes:
Nathan Slate Joseph

Every Tuesday - Sunday
1:00 pm
Free with admission

An intimate documentary biography of an artist whose unconventional approach to metal and form will leave you wanting more. 60 minutes

MuseNews Newsletter, August 2018 Edition

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