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To Do List: Virtual Edition

Due to COVID-19 and the shuttering of museums across the country, we have compiled this list of upcoming virtual tours, online discussions, Instagram Live Q&As, and other digital events and resources.

Peggy Bacon, Models in Bellows Class, 1918. This is one of the works that will be discussed during the Asheville Art Museum’s Women in Art virtual talk.

Video/Educational Resources
SCAD Museum of Art Video Resources :

Shoplifter Chromo Zone

Raúl de Nieves Reemerge the zero begins your life, eternal is your light

Kenturah Davis Everything that cannot be known

Light in the Attic: A collection of podcasts, videos, interviews, and images from the Nasher archive

Collection Stories: A Video Series from the High Museum of Art (ongoing)

SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film Video Resources:

Adrian-Alaïa: Masters of Cut

Derrick Adams’ Patrick Kelly, The Journey

Birmingham Museum of Art has created a series of videos with curators and directors discussing various pieces in the collection, along with art making activities.


Q&As / Instagram Live Broadcasts 
Postcards from the Pandemic : Instagram Live @ Marcia Wood Gallery 

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3:00 EST (unless otherwise posted)

PRESENT TENSE by Laney Contemporary, every Tuesday & Thursday @ 5pm on Instagram live : 4/28 – Studio visit with Jiha Moon , 4/30 – Stephanie Raines & Stephanie Howard Q&A

“Ask the ___” @ Center for Craft, April 27, 4pm. The first episode of this Q &A series will feature the artists Joshua Adams and Jiha Moon


Workshops
Zapah_lab free scent virtual workshop @ Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, April 26


Tours
Women in Art: Virtual Tour @ Asheville Art Museum, 5/1, Noon

Virtual Tours weekly through current exhibits and in depth discussions on pieces from the collection at Crystal Bridges

Cheekwood is providing on-going garden tours on Instagram Live

Saturday, May 2, beginning at 6pm, a virtual tour of several Nashville galleries including;

Channel to Channel

David Lusk Gallery

Zeitgeist Gallery

Chauvet Arts

Red Arrows

Tinney Contemporary

Rymer Gallery

A link will be provided as the date approaches by the Nashville Gallery Association. 

Local Views at PAMM: Rhea Leonard – 4/30, 6pm – 6:30


Frist Art Museum presents We Count: First Time Voters, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Opens 5/1.


If you would like to have your upcoming event considered for this list, please email events@burnaway.org

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