Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, discusses the unique mission of the world’s only major art museum dedicated to showcasing women’s creative achievements, and covers the fundamentals of curating and shining a light on women’s art.
John Stomberg, Director of the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, discusses the institution’s dynamic 248-year-old collection of art and explains how the teaching-focused museum engages students of all backgrounds to foster dialogues about artworks in relation to the changing world.
Brian Kennedy, Director of Toledo Museum of Art, discusses the process of acquiring the museum’s impressive collection of artworks created by both known and unknown artists, and unravels the museum’s history founded on arts education.
Jason Hodges, Executive Director of Anchorage Concert Association, explains how the organization recruits artists and the variety of programming. This interview was produced in collaboration with Alaska Public Media.
Jason Hodges, Executive Director of the Anchorage Concert Association discusses the largest performing arts presenter in Alaska and presenting internationally acclaimed artists from the entire spectrum of the performing arts. This interview was produced in collaboration with Alaska Public Media.
Technology has become central to way that people experience their environments, in places like the United States, Asia, and Europe. Having access to smartphones and technology allows us to access and digest more information and resources.
The new administration is in the midst of drafting plans to cut funding for the arts sector in America, and more specifically, funds for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), a U.S. federal government agency dedicated to supporting and funding projects in the arts.
Major corporations have recently produced some amazingly effective ad campaigns addressing issues such as inclusiveness and the value of diversity in America as a response to the anti-immigration rhetoric that has gained a foothold in America.
Studies have shown that visiting art museums can help reduce stress and MRI studies have shown, time and again, that the mind is stimulated in brain areas correlated with creativity and empathy, when observing art.