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Calling all teens! Teen Talks returns on Wednesday, May 27th from 4:00-5:00 PM EST with a session by artist and educator Tony Bluestone.

Please register via the Zoom link below and share this with teens near and far. These sessions should be a lively and fun way to expand your knowledge of art history and practice, museums, and more!

Tony Bluestone (b. Englewood, New Jersey) lives and works in Queens. She has had solo shows at Elaine L Jacob gallery at Wayne State University in Detroit, at Larrie Gallery and a Two-Person Show at La Mama Gallery. She has had work in group shows at Rachel Uffner, Freight and Volume, The Academy of Arts and Letters, the New School, Etay Gallery, and Left Field Gallery, and has also performed written works at Storm King Art Center. She has held residencies at The Basil Alakazi Residency in Detroit (2018), the Shandanken Project at Storm King (2017), and Vermont Studio Center (2014). In 2017, she was awarded the John Koch Award by the Academy of Arts and Letters and a NYFA Grant. Bluestone is a teacher at Cooper Union, Hunter College, Purchase College and at the Whitney, and holds a BA from Bard College and an MFA from Hunter College.

May 6 – Pinar Durgun, Prehistoric Art
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 – Alex 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
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