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Diana Eck, Harvard University professor of comparative religions and Indian studies and director of the Pluralist Project, sits down with museum director James Cuno to discuss the Art Institute's...
Video: A Conversation with James Cuno and Diana Eck
In this video, docents and gallery educators demonstrate interactive teaching and strategic questioning techniques in order to engage their student groups in careful observation, discussion, and...
Video: Model Gallery Teaching (Enseñanza Modelo en la Galería)
Jennie C. Jones (American, born 1968) creates paintings, sculptures, sound art, and works on paper that fuse Minimalism’s self-contained forms with avant-garde music, especially experimental jazz and...
Video: Lecture by Jennie C. Jones
Erica Hirshler, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, explores Sargent’s early career in Paris, where he created some of his most imaginative portraits, including the Art Institute’s Madame Paul Escudier....
Video: Lecture—John Singer Sargent's Parisian Portraits
The choreographer and movement artist Simone Forti (Italian-American, born 1935) favors physical movements of the pedestrian and everyday over the stylized, virtuosic, and dramatic. Considered a key...
Video: Simone Forti—A Life in Art
When conservator Faye Wrubel examined Caillebotte's masterpiece Paris Street; Rainy Day in the Art Institute's conservation studio after it had traveled from Paris to New York and back to...
Video: A Thousand and One Swabs—The Transformation of <em>Paris Street; Rainy Day</em>
Follow the museum conservation department's intrepid detectives as they do what it takes to get the scoop on Madame Clapisson's elusive past.
Video: Renoir's True Colors—Science Solves a Mystery
Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexican, born 1968) will lecture on his ten-year body of work titled Autoconstrucción, or “self-construction”. His work primarily consists of sculpture and...
Video: Lecture by Abraham Cruzvillegas
Artist Michael Rakowitz (born 1973) produces conceptual works that are charged with geopolitical narratives and the history of his own Iraqi Jewish heritage. Intended to incite conversation and...
Video: Lecture by Michael Rakowitz
The Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s collaborative, music-based, marathon performances use “endurance at a level of sheer ecstasy.” Often repeating songs for melodramatic effect, he has directed...
Video: Lecture by Ragnar Kjartansson
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