Whether loaning or borrowing, museums invest hours of planning and preparation for exhibitions. Listen in as M&G's registrar, Rebekah Cobb, and the curator at the Georgia Museum of Art, Nelda Damiano, share about dismantling and installing an art exhibition, featuring paintings from the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University.
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Gut Reaction: Art Experiences to Remember
37:06Whether it is a detail, color, texture, size, story, or location, art can sometimes capture your attention and hold you in its spell. Listen to a variety of memorable art experiences—experiences from childhood to travels that may help you understand the power of visual messages.
On Looking at Art
21:50Sometimes we avoid art—it’s for the “touchy-feely types” or is just too hard to understand. Yet, we’re able to read people and situations around us and appreciate the beauty of nature inherently. Art is simply a reflection of or mirror to life, and we need only to pause enough to observe—the first step toward learning anything. Listen in to gain some looking clues and insights, which will help as you encounter art anywhere!
Insights: What artist(s) do you think should be a household name?
42:15Art history is stuffed full of eras, movements, and names. The list of the “greats” spanning from the Gothic to the Baroque from the Impressionists to Abstract Expressionism and Contemporary Art is long and overwhelming! Put aside all the big names, however, and consider afresh some artists whose work and lives have made an impact on the field of art. Listen and ponder who is worthy of being better known, more recognizable like the greats and why.
A Conversation: What is M&G's Museum on the Move?
35:33For more than 10 years, M&G has offered a program that has served thousands of K-12 students within their own classrooms! The teaching methods and content quality are so strong, students recall what they learn even a year after the lessons. Join Executive Director, Erin Jones with M&G’s education staff to learn more about our Museum on the Move arts-integrated, multi-disciplinary approach that meets the state and national standards while bringing history, math, literature, and science to life!
A Conversation with a Conservator
46:07Curious about how museums take care of their collections? Or tried to visualize how a painting might be cleaned or dusted? Art restoration requires a multi-disciplinary, creative approach, and William Brown (retired chief conservator from the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh) shares insights into fascinating projects and challenging problems that are part of making art's message and beauty endure. Listen in!
Gut Reaction: What is your favorite Christmas-themed artwork?
37:04What would you choose as your favorite work of art that represents the holidays for you? These individuals all picked different artists and imagery as their choices--some from the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University and some from other notable collections. Listen in. Perhaps they chose yours!
On Location: Closing & Opening an Exhibition
41:50Whether loaning or borrowing, museums invest hours of planning and preparation for exhibitions. Listen in as M&G's registrar, Rebekah Cobb, and the curator at the Georgia Museum of Art, Nelda Damiano, share about dismantling and installing an art exhibition, featuring paintings from the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University.
Gut Reaction: Favorites in M&G’s Old Master Collection
40:55Perhaps you have a favorite work of art in one of you favorite museums, and you know right where it hangs and could describe every intimate detail about it... Listen to some of M&G's volunteers, staff, and friends share about their "favorite" in M&G's Old Master collection.
An Introduction: What is ArtBreak?
23:31M&G's ArtBreak series is normally an in-person lunch and lecture program, but featured as a podcast for this year instead! Take a break and listen to some of our past attending guests to understand what M&G's ArtBreak is. It's a good start to orient you for the upcoming guests and topics...