Calling all teens and arts enthusiasts! Teen Talks at the Hill Art Foundation will take place from May 6-August 12. This master class series takes place on Zoom every Wednesday from 4:00-5:00 PM ET. The topic and presenter vary week to week, ranging from a Metropolitan Museum researcher discussing prehistoric art to an independent curator exploring the world of Andy Warhol and a Whitney educator exploring art through comics, cartoons and videogames. The goal is to support artists and educators who have lost work due to Covid-19. Teen Talks are free and open to all!
May 13 – Susan Thompson, Simone Leigh
May 20 – Lesley Ware, In Pursuit of Fashion: The Sandy Schreier Collection
May 27 – Tony Bluestone, Comics, Cartoons, and Video Games
June 3 – Mark Loiacono, Andy Warhol
June 10 – Alexandra Fanelli, Guggenheim Museum and Hilma af Klint
June 17 – Molly Martien, History of Design: 1850-1920s
June 24 – Megan N. Liberty, A Lesson on Artists’ Books
July 1 – Amy Raffel, Keith Haring and his Activism
July 8 – Lydia Gordon, Jacob Lawrence and The Struggle series (1954-56)
July 15 – Sara Softness, Memorials and Monuments: How Do We Remember?
July 22 – Kat Chavez, How did that get here? Arts Institutions and Histories of Colonialism
July 29 – Lisa Yin Zhang, Isamu Noguchi
August 5 – Matthew Jackson, Dorothea Lange
August 12 – Rachael Schwabe, Process and Power: Women Performance Artists, 1960s – Present