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Winter Break For Art 

Virtual Art Making For Kids and Families

February 16, 17, 18

This winter break join us from the comfort of your home for three days of artmaking celebrating women artists! Inspired by the works on view in the museum’s current exhibition, choose 1, 2, or 3 special projects. Receive access to a different pre-recorded video tutorial with step-by-step guidance through your artmaking. You can view it at any time online.

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Virtual Art Classes

February Registration is Open

Registration is open for our next round of virtual art classes lead by your favorite instructors from the Manes Center. Join us for live instruction and connect with fellow artists in weekly Zoom facilitated painting and drawing classes.

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Sketching: Draw and Discover

Sketch Works of Art in the Museum – Virtual

Tuesday, February 23

1 PM

Join us for this engaging live virtual program led by Museum educators that invites participants to look closely, discuss and sketch a selection of art works. No prior drawing skills are required, and only a pencil and paper are needed.

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Women, Power and the Future of Art:

A Virtual Talk with Lindsay Smilow

Sunday, February 28

3 PM

Lindsay Smilow is a NYC-based cultural producer, educator, artist and art historian with a focus on supporting women-identifying artists, transformative experiences in and around works of art, and alternative visions for education through the arts.

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NCMA’s Art of Conversation

For Adults with Memory Loss – Virtual

Fridays, February 5, 19

2:30 PM

A live virtual program for adults with Alzheimer’s disease or memory loss. Museum Educator, Pam Koehler, facilitates an inquiry-based art program encouraging open discussion and personal reflection. Each session is unique with changing themes, presents different works of art from our galleries, and is accompanied by an art demonstration.

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For Teens and Adults with Autism – On-Site

Saturdays, February 6, 20 

9:45 AM

An access program for teens and young adults on the autism spectrum (Autism Spectrum Disorder) ages 13 – 25, to be accompanied by a parent or care partner. Led by an art therapist, each session will take its’ inspiration from the art on view in the galleries.  This is a private guided experience that takes place in the Museum before it opens to the general public. Masks required.

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Images: Elaine de Kooning, Basketball Players, 1960, Acrylic and gouache on paper and mounted to canvas, 29 x 26 inches – Jessica Tan Gudnason, Chinese Opera Warrior, 1996 , Chromogenic Print on Hanhemule 308 GSM, 30-7/8 x 40 inches, Courtesy of Jessica Tan Gudnason – Ansel Adams, Half Dome from the Merced River, Winter Yosemite, ca.1938 printed ca. 1963-71, Gelatin silver print, 25 x 31 inches, Courtesy of Dr. Harvey Manes – Joel Perlman, Dreadnought, 1989, Steel, 15 x 12 x 7 feet

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AAQ / Resource: Otis Ford, Since 1946, Quogue

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