Digital finds and virtual art activities to keep you informed and entertained.
This week's mini, social distancing art adventure took us to Bonton Farms in South Dallas. We were there for a quick grocery pickup, and noticed their cool fence murals and other art. What a nice surprise!
Online Art Adventures:
Listen to Anne Collins Smith, Curator of Collections at Spelman College in Atlanta, discuss “Presence: Meditations on the Spelman College Collection" and Spelman College's history of collecting and prioritizing art.
Learn how LACMA is adapting due to COVID-19.
Watch a fascinating documentary on “The Illumination of Jim Woodring,” which covers an artist known for his surreal illustrations, album covers and graphic novels.
Understand how Ellsworth Kelley's Austin installation came to be at the Blanton Museum of Art.
“I hope visitors will experience Austin as a place of calm and light. Go there and rest your eyes, rest your mind.” –Ellsworth Kelly
Gallery Digital Spotlight:
This week's digital spotlight is on Ruiz-Healy Art, a contemporary art gallery with offices in San Antonio and New York. Ruiz-Healy Art represents Latin American, Latinx, and Texas-based mid-career and established artists. Here are some amazing pieces from a selection of the artwork it offers. Click the images for more info, and please contact the gallery directly if you're interested in making a purchase, or learn more on Artsy.
These weekly Highlights and Virtual Art Adventures are produced by K.Co to help people discover art museums, galleries, creative spaces and art engagement opportunities, whether they're traveling on vacation, at home on stay-cation, or especially these days, exploring art from home.