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Museum Open House - Susan Swinand Nature Imagined

Jay talks with Susan Swinand. Susan is a highly accomplished artist and teacher. Among her many noteworthy accomplishments is being chosen as the Sally R. Bishop Prize Winner of the 2019 ArtsWorcester Biennial. This recognition has led to her current exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum entitled Nature Imagined. During the program, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour of this captivating display and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate how Susan goes about creating her engaging artwork.

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Museum Open House - Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

Jay talks Heather Leavell, Nancy Blanton, James McGough, and Geri Trembly all of whom are associated with the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, which is located in Arlington. Heather serves as the director and curator of the museum, Nancy is the Group Tour Coordinator, and James and Geri are the co-founders of the museum. During the program, we’ll be finding out all about the highly acclaimed sculptor Cyrus Dallin, learn why and how the museum came about, go on a behind the scenes tour and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate Mr. Dallin’s extraordinary work together with the wide range of programs, events, and resources that are available at the museum for the general public.

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Museum Open House - Made It: The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion

Jay talks with Petra Slinkard from the Peabody Essex Museum. Petra serves as the Nancy B. Putnam Curator of Fashion and Textiles.  She’s also the co-curator of the upcoming exhibition entitled Made It: The Women who Revolutionized Fashion. During the program, we’ll be finding out why and how this fascinating exhibition came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour, and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate some of the remarkable women who revolutionized fashion and some of the social, cultural, and economic forces that impacted women’s roles and influence in the fashion industry over the years.

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Museum Open House - HOW WILL THE KNOW WE WERE HERE? 100 Years Beyond Women's Suffrage

Jay talks with Susan Metrican, Marilyn Artus, Natalie Baxter, and Cleo Barnett. They’re all associated with the engaging exhibition entitled “HOW WILL THEY KNOW WE WERE HERE? 100 Years Beyond Women’s Suffrage.” Currently, this is on display online from the Kniznick Gallery at the Women’s Studies Research Center on the campus of Brandeis University. Susan is the Rosalie and Jim Shane Curator and Director of the Arts at the Center, Marilyn is a visual artist whose work explores the female experience, Nancy explores concepts of place-identity, nostalgic americana, and gender stereotypes., and Cleo serves as the executive director of Amplifier, a design lab that builds art to amplify the voices of grassroots movements.

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Museum Open House - Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

Jay talks with Judith Klein, Gints Grinbergs, Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh, and Jacob Kulin. They’re all associated with the 11th Annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit which is located on the 100-acre campus of the Pingree School in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. Judith is the founder and curator of the exhibit and Gints, Josie, and Jacob are three of the highly accomplished artists whose work is on display. During the program, we’ll learning why and how the Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour and, in the process, come to better and appreciate this wonderful opportunity that’s available  for the general public and, in particular, the outstanding artistry of Gints, Josie, and Jacob.

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Museum Open House - YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

Jay talks with Jonathan Brent, PhD, Karolina Ziulkoski, and Olivia Reid, all of whom are associated with the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, which is located in New York City. Jonathan serves as YIVO’s Executive Director and CEO, Karolina is the Chief Curator, and Olivia is Research and Project Specialist. During the program, we’ll be learning why and how the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research came about and how it operates today. Most notably, we’ll be finding out the exciting new addition of the YIVO Bruce and Francesca Cernia Slovin Online Museum-- featuring the interactive exhibition entitled Beba Epstein: The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Girl. We’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the exhibition, and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate the institute’s overall mission, educational philosophy and approach, and its extensive collection of resources related to East European Jewish Life in the 20th Century.

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Museum Open House - Your Leader Could be a Tyrant, How to Tell

Jay talks with Beth Falconer and Tatana Kellner. Beth serves as the executive director of 3S Artspace—a nonprofit contemporary arts organization located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Tatana is a highly accomplished artist who’s here today to share her outstanding exhibition currently on display at 3S Artspace entitled Your Leader Could be a Tyrant, How to Tell.

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Museum Open House - DEEDS NOT WORDS: Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Jay talks with Pam Weeks from the New England Quilt Museum located in Lowell. Pam serves as the Binney Family Curator at the museum. She’s here today to inform us about the outstanding exhibition entitled DEEDS NOT WORDS: Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage, which is on display until September 26. Pam curated the exhibition together with Sandra Sider, the Curator of the Texas Quilt Museum. During the program, we’ll find out why and how the exhibition came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour, and, in the process, come to better understand and appreciate the extraordinary craftsmanship on display and some of the fascinating individuals and events associated with the women’s suffrage movement.
 

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Museum Open House - Laurie Simko: Thank You Nurses

Jay talks with Laurie Simko. Laurie is a highly accomplished artist and she’s here today to share with us her outstanding series of paintings entitled Thank You Nurses. This a collection of 20 paintings that pays tribute to a group of nurses at the Holy Family Hospital in Methuen and their extraordinary efforts being on the frontlines during the current pandemic. During the program, we’ll be learning why and how the series came about, we’ll go on a behind-the-scenes tour, and, in the process come to better understand and appreciate the nurses, some of their personal stories, and the notable impact they’ve had during these most uncertain times. In addition, we’ll highlight some of Laurie’s other exquisite work.
 

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