Online programs from the museum featuring talks from artists, staff, and students.
Events in this Series
Artist Abelardo Morell's work has quite literally been a reflection of nature, often using glass, lenses, and mirrors to make abstractions of his subject matter. Join us for the start of our Wish You Were Here series as Morell discusses a range of his projects throughout his extensive career.
Nineteenth-century spirit photographs continue to delight and amuse us. But why and now were these photographs made? Historic Process Specialist Nick Brandreth and Associate Curator Heather A. Shannon use objects in the museum's collection to dive into these questions.
Experiments in silver chloride date to the eighteenth century, but the chemistry was not fully understood until William Henry Fox Talbot conducted tests in the 1830s. In this virtual talk, Process Historian Mark Osterman will share what Talbot built upon and then perfected.
The Eastman Museum, fivebyfive, and Marc Webster explore the intersection of art and music in this virtual program inspired by the Eastman Museum’s current exhibition James Welling: Choreograph.
Will Wilson will be joined by professor Janet Berlo and associate curator Heather A. Shannon to discuss the cultural and social implications of uranium mining on the Navajo reservation and the way they inform his artistic production.