November Programs on Zoom

With Education Coordinator Joyce Raimondo
The programs are free, but registration is required
Made possible by the Thaw Charitable Trust Endowment
Tuesday, November 9
3:00 – 4:15 pm EST
How can you paint the rhythm of a drum or the sound of a piano? This live Zoom tour and workshop will explore the ways in which modern artists such as Pollock, Matisse, Mondrian, Bearden and others were inspired by jazz.  
Following a presentation and tour of the barn studio, work alongside Joyce as she demonstrates techniques for creating abstract art inspired by music. All levels are welcome. Have paint, drawing, or collage supplies on hand. 
Romare Bearden, Jazz II Deluxe, 1980
Screenprint. The Museum of Modern Art, NY
Andrea Cote is an interdisciplinary artist living in Hampton Bays, New York, who works in printmaking, installation, video, photography and dance, with the body always at center of her practice. In 2012 she performed “Bodysite” for the Pollock-Krasner House Jackson Pollock Centennial Celebration. www.andreacote.com
Pollock and Performance Art
– Part II 
Wednesday, November 10
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST
With Guest Artist Andrea Cote
How can the movement and energy of the human body be expressed in art? This Zoom event will explore Pollock and Krasner’s action painting technique and its influence on performance art.
Following Joyce’s presentation and studio tour, guest artist Andrea Cote will present her collaborative body art projects, which incorporate dance, movement, visual art and video.
Jackson Pollock, Birth, ca. 1941. Oil on canvas, 46 x 21 3/4 in. Tate, London
Tuesday, November 16
4:00 – 5:00 pm EST
With guest speaker W. Jackson Rushing III
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month
How did the signs and symbols of indigenous people’s art inspire Jackson Pollock? Joyce will guide a discussion with W. Jackson Rushing III, author of Native American Art and the New York Avant-Garde.
Then live on Zoom Joyce will tour the barn studio where Pollock created his groundbreaking poured paintings.
Wednesday, November 17
2:00 -3:15 pm EST
How can our dreams, unconscious mind, and imagination be expressed in art? This live Zoom tour and workshop explores the tenets of Surrealist art and its impact on Pollock and Krasner.
Following the tour and presentation, participants will be guided in Surrealist writing and art activities designed to access the unconscious mind. Have a pencil and paper on hand. 
Lee Krasner, Surrealist Composition, ca. 1935-36 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation


Tuesday, November 30
4:00 -5:00 pm EST
On “Giving Tuesday,” this special Zoom event highlights how artists use their creative gifts in outstanding ways to benefit the larger community, including Lee Krasner’s support for artists through the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, which has provided grants to individuals for more than 35 years. Guest speakers to be announced.

Picasso in Pollock


A hybrid exhibition examining Picasso’s influence on Pollock. A fully illustrated catalog, with an essay by Pepe Karmel, and a 3D tour of the installation are available online.
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