Have you ever walked through an art museum and wondered what the artist was thinking or trying to express with their art piece? But there wasn’t anyone to ask, so you just kept walking and looking and wondering?
In this series, we want to stop and reflect on each piece, then share what we see, what we like or don’t like, what we question… and then learn the story behind each piece to help us put the works of art and artists into historical and cultural perspective. Our personal responses to each work of art may vary, but all reactions and ideas will be heard and valued.
Lorena Bradford, Head of the Accessibility Program and Projects, National Gallery of Art, will guide us through an interactive conversation about selected pieces from the Gallery’s collection.
No art or art history background is required - just your willingness to view and share with others.
Zoom link will be provided upon registration.