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2021 | Virtual Visits

About the 2021 Virtual Visit Program

The museum has traditionally offered docent-led tours to schools within a 100-mile radius. With Covid-19 and recent closures, our program has expanded. The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU will continue to offer visits in a virtual format for students through our partnership with the WSU Brelsford Visitor Center. To use this program, please arrange the details of your virtual visit here. Fill out the form on the visitor center website, and send it as directed. Once your tour is approved, the visitor center will notify the museum and will send you confirmation of your agenda along with your virtual visit date and time.

Zoom Visits With Museum Staff

With the new Virtual Visit program, the museum offers docent-led visits via zoom to teachers and classes in 20-30 minute segments. Often, a teacher will pair the lesson plan of a virtual museum exhibition with traditional subjects like: Math and Science, History and Social Studies, Art and Music, Health and Biology, or English and World Languages. This pairing makes for a well-rounded learning experience where classes can view the virtual exhibition content like a film or webinar; learn more through content links to outside websites; see the art on the museum’s exhibition website; and then schedule a zoom session with the museum staff for questions and live interaction. To learn more about which exhibitions pair well with various lesson plans, please feel free to reach out to our education coordinator Kristin Becker at kristin.carlson@wsu.edu.


Virtual Visits (Available After March 15, 2021)


Follow the Sun: The Holland and Orton Collections,
May 26, 2020 – February 12, 2021
View a Presentation About the Collection
View a Virtual Salon Gallery Wall Created From the Exhibition
Areas of Study: Local History, Impressionist Painting



Betty Feves: The Earth Itself,
May 26, 2020 – February 12, 2021
Live Streamed Artist Talk
Betty Feves: down and dirty with the clay
Areas of Study: Local History, Geology, Ceramics, History of Art Education



Trimpin: Ambiente432,
Ongoing – March 19, 2021
View a Short Film about Trimpin: Ambiente432
Learn About 432 Hz – Ambient Tones | Deep Theta Binaural Beat
Learn About Trimpin + EMP guitar tower
Areas of Study: Math, Science, Technology, Sound, Sculpture



Etsuko Ichikawa: Broken Poems of Fireflies,
May 26, 2020 – March 19, 2021
Webinar: Live Streamed Artist Talk
Film: Echo at Satsop
Film: Radiating Echoes – What is Beautiful?
Film: VITRIFIED
Areas of Study: Environmental Issues, Film, Performance Installation, Glass, Science/Nuclear Energy



Follow The River: Portraits of the Columbia Plateau,
March 1, 2021 – August 21, 2021
Film: Niimíipuu: The Nez Perce People – History, Culture & Affiliations
Website: Plateau Portal
Areas of Study: Local History, Native Studies and Cultural Materials, Realism in Portraiture, Anthropology



Under the Same Sun and Moon: New Acquisitions from the Collection,
March 1, 2021 – August 21, 2021
MOA artbytes: 2017 Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain
Julie Mehretu 2019 | Social Space: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take
Areas of Study: Contemporary Paintings and Drawings, Artists for Obama



MFA Thesis Exhibition, Stephanie Broussard,
April 5, 2021 – May 17, 2021
Website; Instagram; Facebook
Areas of Study: Contemporary Paintings and Drawings



World Without Reason: Goya’s Los Disparates,
April 5, 2021 – Ongoing
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes’
Los Disparates
Arts District: Francisco Goya – Los Caprichos
Areas of Study: Classic Etchings, Art History, Spanish Political Unrest 1816-1824



Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar,
From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, September 7, 2021 – March 1, 2022
Exhibition Tour Video
LA Louver Gallery
Areas of Study: Printmaking, Sculpture. African American Experience


 

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