Virtual Art Talk for Kids
Friday, April 10, 2020, 10:30am
Friday, April 24, 2020, 10:30am
Friday, May 8, 2020, 10:30am
Friday, May 22, 2020, 10:30am
Virtual Art Talks for Kids
Art Talk with Lorenzo Cardim
Fri, May 22, 10:30am
Lorenzo Cardim was featured in Timber at Strathmore. His work expresses themes of social injustice and how LGBTQ, people of color, and other minority groups question the status quo. His sculptures often incorporate contrasting materials, such as nail polish and stitching on wood, and he also works in video and performance.
A Zoom link will be emailed to participants prior to the event. Zoom can be accessed by any computer or tablet web browser, and iPhone or Android phones. A built-in web camera and microphone is recommended, but not necessary to participate. We ask that everyone keep their microphones muted during the talk, but kids can use the Raise Hand feature to be called on and ask a question using either the microphone or chat. While we love to see everyone’s faces, Zoom also allows you to turn off your camera if it makes you feel more comfortable.
Note: These events will be recorded and published on Strathmore.org and Strathmore’s YouTube Channel so that more families can benefit. Participants’ questions/comments will be heard in the recording, but it will not show any participant faces (only the faces of our hosts).
Past Virtual Art Talks for Kids
Art Talk with Mandi Moerland
Moerland is featured in our current exhibition, Shake It Out: Mandi Moerland, now online. Her artwork captures the movement and grace of dance in paintings and drawings.
Art Talk with Terron Cooper Sorrells
Sorrells was featured in a solo exhibition, The Railroad, at Strathmore. He uses painting and printmaking to explore the stories of African Americans typically left out of US history textbooks. His imagery drafts narratives that, while fictional, stand for stories untold.
Art Talk with Shana Kohnstamm
Shana Kohnstamm was featured in the 32nd Biennial Exhibition of the Creative Crafts Council at Strathmore. Her soft sculptures are created using an ancient method of shaping and firming wool called felting.
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