John Waters on why he hates hammers | MoMA BBC | THE WAY I SEE IT

John Waters on why he hates hammers | MoMA BBC | THE WAY I SEE IT

John Waters: So if I look over at you…if I look over here, it won’t look good on camera. Ann Temkin: We’re getting some very expensive advice for free, so. John: Who is the director? John: Oh, you’re in it even! John: Ok, ok, ok. Alright, I’ll shut up. It’s a different style. I’m John […]

Read More

Artemisia Visits – the full journey | National Gallery

Artemisia Visits – the full journey | National Gallery

Like wow. Look at that. I was just in awe. It’s absolutely fabulous to see it here. This is the most amazing picture. And we wanted to share it with people across Britain as widely as possible. We’re taking our star painting to places a painting would never normally go to. This picture just speaks […]

Read More

Symposium – Art from Guatemala: 1960 – Present

Symposium – Art from Guatemala: 1960 – Present

First of all, I would like to thank Emiliano and Miki very much for this extraordinary invitation. I always think these moments are like that moment when everything begins to take shape. I call them the Rubik moment, as in the Rubik’s cube. And what has been worked on for so long begins to gain […]

Read More

AlienBuzzTV at the Crayola GLITTER DOTS PARTY!

AlienBuzzTV at the Crayola GLITTER DOTS PARTY!

– [Buzz] Ailen Buzz! – TV! (upbeat rock music) Hi everybody, It’s me Alien Fizzy! – And I’m Alien Buzz and today we’re at the Glitter Dots party! – Woo-hoo! – It’s a party to celebrate one of our inventions, Glitter Dots! – Come on, check it out! – Let’s go! (kids cheering) – Hi, […]

Read More

What is art?

What is art?

For over 22 episodes we’ve been asking you guys one of the most fundamental questions in art.. whether or not something is actually.. art. So, it only seems fair to dive a little deeper into this question. And what role do museums play in all of this? We will answer all of these questions by […]

Read More

Art of Glass @ The Chrysler Museum

Art of Glass @ The Chrysler Museum

>>>WELCOME TO NORFOLK PERSPECTIVES CITY SLICE. I’M BOB BATCHER. I AM SO EXCITED BECAUSE I HAVE PRICELESS GLASS RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME AND I MIGHT BE ABLE TO TOUCH IT AT THE END. AND, ANNE CORSO, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS, HOW ARE YOU DOING?>>I’M DOING GREAT. >>FOR THE INFAMOUS CHRYSLER MUSEUM OF […]

Read More

The Magic of ✨Jupiter Artland ✨

The Magic of ✨Jupiter Artland ✨

Today, we’re going to Jupiter Artland. We rushed to catch the 11 o’clock train, and we made it just in time! I am super excited because I’ve been trying to go to Jupiter Artland for months. Because it’s only open during the summer, and I’m finally GOING. Okay, so we just got off the bus, […]

Read More

British Museum, London extra – European Art History explained through Drawings

British Museum, London extra – European Art History explained through Drawings

the British Museum in London was designed in the 19th century. The core of today’s building, the four main wings of British Museum. Sir Robert Smirke was the architect who designed it in 1823. The building was complete in 1852. Smirke designed the building in the Greek Revival style, which emulated classical Greek architecture. Greek […]

Read More

Chris Ofili: Weaving Magic | National Gallery

Chris Ofili: Weaving Magic | National Gallery

It’s that collaborative, collective act, and it’s the quality of human time which I think is embedded into the tapestry. I think that is what makes it so exceptional, and that is why we have called the exhibition ‘Weaving Magic’.

Read More