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Georgia Public Broadcasting's State of the Arts is a one-hour arts series that introduced artists and take viewers "behind-the-scenes" for art exhibits. The host, writer and co-producer of the series is Hamilton Northcutt. As of August, 2005 there were streaming video presentations available online covering the first four episodes. Excerpts on American art include "Albany Museum of Art," "Funky Chicken Arts Project," "High Museum: The Art of Romare Bearden," "Jack Leigh," "Mark of the Potter," "The Morris Museum," and "Telfair Museum of Art," Upcoming in September, 2005 is "Zelda Grant, Fabric Artist." [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

 

Georgia Museum of Art has posted numerous videos on the Web. Examples include:

All Creatures Great and Small, online as of 2013 is a 12 minute video "...created for the Georgia Museum of Art by director David McClister and his team. The introduction discusses the Georgia Museum of Art, and the second half focuses on the exhibition "All Creatures Great and Small," which is on display at the T Gates of Hartsfield-Jackson International Atlanta Airport from April 2011 to April 2012, including interviews with numerous artists whose work is featured in the exhibition." Accessed May, 2015.
 
Two minute exerpt from "It's Not What You Think It Is," a documentary about Art Rosenbaum that accompanies the exibition catalogue, "Weaving His Art on Golden Looms."
 
Andrée Ruellan's 100th Birthday, a 15-minute DVD produced in 2005 by the Georgia Museum of Art in celebration of the 100th birthday of Andrée Ruellan, an artist whose career spans the 20th century. Click here to learn more about this video..
 
GMA scholars' 2012 commentary concerning the exhibit George Beattie's Agriculture Murals in videos from four to eight minutes in length. Accessed May, 2015.
 
Gallery talk on the exhibition "Polly Knipp Hill: Marking a Life Through Etching" on April 26, 2012." 1 hour 33 minutes Accessed May, 2015.

 

The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum presented Georgia O'Keeffe and Ansel Adams: Natural Affinities (5/24/08), May 23 - September 7, 2008 and offered a video (03:24) relating to the exhibit. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

 

The Getty Museum's website contains videos on a variety of topics in a "Video Gallery."

Accompanying the page for the exhibit The Photographs of Frederick Sommer: A Centennial Tribute, showing May 10 - September 4, 2005, is a video explaining how Sommer transformed objects using photography. Accessed May, 2015.

Included in the page for the exhibit All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852-1860, on exhibit February 1 through Aprl 24, 2005, a video shows how Fenton photographed the Crimean War. Accessed May, 2015.

Accompanying the page for the exhibit Walker Evans: Before + After, on exhibit July 10 - October 28, 2001, a 4 1/2-minute video introduces the exhibition and another 4 1/2-minute video features Walker Evans in His Own Words. Accessed May, 2015.

Accompanying the page for the exhibit The Photographs of Frederick Sommer: A Centennial Tribute, showing May 10 - September 4, 2005, is a video explaining how Sommer transformed objects using photography. Accessed May, 2015.

Included in the page for the exhibit All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852-1860, on exhibit February 1 through Aprl 24, 2005, a video shows how Fenton photographed the Crimean War. Accessed May, 2015.

Accompanying the page for the exhibit Walker Evans: Before + After, on exhibit July 10 - October 28, 2001, a 4 1/2-minute video introduces the exhibition and another 4 1/2-minute video features Walker Evans in His Own Words. Accessed May, 2015.

The Getty Museum collaborated with Khan Academy to provide several brief videos. Postings included videos on photographs and photographers including "'Manhatta:' A film by Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler" (07:27); "'Poison:' a short film by Man Ray" (03:30); "Walker Evans in his own words" (04:38); "Dorothea Lange's documentary photographs" (04:32); "John Humble's photographs of Los Angeles" (03:21); "David Hockney's 'Pearblossom Hwy'" (03:11); "Carrie Mae Weems on her series 'From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried'" (02:47) [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

Jim Dine: Poet Singing (The Flowering Sheets) an exhibit held October 30, 2008 - February 9, 2009 at at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Includes documentary video. Accessed August, 2015.

The Gibbes Museum of Art website provides a 9-minute video titled Prop Master - An Installation by Juan Logan and Susan Harbage Page. In the video the artists create their installation at the Gibbes with interpretation by Sara Arnold, Associate Curator of Collections. Accessed May, 2015.

Toxic Beauty: The Art of Frank Moore, an exhibit held Spetember 6 - December 8, 2012 at the Grey Art Gallery of New York University. Information on the exhibit includes two films, press release and checklist. One of the films is a 48-minute Frank Moore illustrated lecture at the Skowhegan School of Painting, 1998. Accessed December 2015.

Greenwich Workshop presented Western Thunder: The Collected Works of Frank McCarthy. 58 minutes. Frank McCarthy's artistic approach is not to do a historical document, but more a portrayal of a scene that has happened many times in many places in the West.[Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

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