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May 13, 2023
Participants in this demonstration will be introduced to the large format view camera, and its abilities in producing a portrait. After capturing an image, film will be processed, and the group will gather in the darkroom to see a finished silver gelatin print emerge from the operation. Instructor: Eliot Dudik, Lecturer in Photography in the Department of Art & Art History, William & Mary Date: Saturday, May 13 — 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM Workshop fee: Muscarelle Members, W&M Faculty, Staff and Students $125; Non-Members $150 Please note that space is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is required.
April 27, 2023
Art historian and scholar Gail Levin will join us for the fourth talk in our spring Muscarelle Explorations series, Modern Masters at the Margins. Imagine a story of an artist who escaped from an art world rife with competition and her struggle to find herself, landing on an enchanted island, where she lived happily ever after, painting, though forgotten, for the rest of her life. She went so far as to write to a friend what her dealer could tell collectors who inquired about her: “advise them I’d become a hermit — an eccentric one and that I come to […]
April 25, 2023
Art historian and scholar Gail Levin will join us for the third talk in our spring Muscarelle Explorations series, Modern Masters at the Margins. Lee Krasner once said, “I think my painting is so autobiographical, if anyone can take the trouble to read it.” Her friend and biographer, art historian Gail Levin, who first interviewed the artist when she was a twenty-two year-old graduate student, guides us on an illustrated journey from Krasner’s birth in 1908 Brooklyn to her love of nature on the Eastern End of New York’s Long Island. Levin will not only give art historical analysis, but […]