Virtual Educator Evening: Abstraction and the Environment
Early 20th century artist Adaline Kent drew inspiration from nature, in particular, the High Sierra, a landscape that infused her work as she translated her experience of time and space in the mountains into abstracted form. Join Curator of Learning and Engagement, Megan Bellister, as she explores connections Kent and other artists have made between the landscape and an abstract art practice while discovering interdisciplinary classroom applications.
Materials Needed: Paper, Ruler, Pen or Pencil
- This program is hosted virtually on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84506999481?pwd=c1BPZmdnZTZadlRLWGV0LzhTbXl6dz09
- Meeting ID: 845 0699 9481
- Passcode: 662488
Educator Evenings are a FREE professional development series hosted virtually offering state-approved professional development hours for participation. Professional development hours are available for participating in the Educator Evenings and issued upon request.
Educator Evenings are sponsored by the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Bank of America and the Nell J. Redfield Foundation.
STEAM education programs at the Nevada Museum of Art are sponsored by Tesla and Waste Management.