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National Gallery of Art Educational Showcase

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June 18, 2018

Vermont Community Access Media is proud to sponsor a new collection of professionally produced and curated documentaries from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

Running this summer as a limited-time event, we'll be screening hour-long blocks as part of our Educational Showcase, covering subjects such as Making Art, New World Archaeology, Art from Asia, Ancient Egyptian and Greek Art, and more. Each week we'll rotate to a new set of shows.

Don't miss your opportunity to see these great documentaries on Channel 15! The showcase will air four times a week at the following times:

  1. Tuesdays @ 7:30AM
  2. Wednesdays @ 10:00AM
  3. Fridays @ 9:00PM
  4. ​Sundays @ 9:00PM

Below is the entire airing schedule for these documentaries (over 20+). This schedule may be subject to change.

June 25 - Making Art

  • Seeing Color: Object, Light, Observer (27 minutes)
  • Masters of Illusion (30 minutes)

July 2 - Making Art, continued

  • Art + Science = Conservation (19 minutes)
  • Introduction to Sculpture (19 minutes)

July 9 - Making Art, continued

  • James McNeill Whistler: His Etchings (27 minutes)
  • Roy Lichtenstein: The Art of the Graphic Image (25 minutes)

July 16 - New World Archaeology

  • Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico (18 minutes)
  • Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya (30 minutes)

July 23 - Egyptian and Greek Art

  • Of Time, Tombs, and Treasure: Treasures of Tutankhamun (29 minutes)
  • The Quest for Immortality in Ancient Egypt (27 minutes)

July 30 - 19th Century European Art

  • Paul Gauguin: The Savage Dream (45 minutes)

August 6 - 19th Century European Art, continued

  • Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre (30 minutes)
  • Edouard Vuillard (30 minutes)

August 13 - 19th Century European Art, continued AND Egyptian and Greek Art, continued

  • Art Nouveau 1890–1914 (30 minutes)
  • The Quest for Immortality (12 minutes)
  • The Measure of All Things (15 minutes)

August 20 - Art from Asia

  • Beneath the Yellow River: Recent Discoveries from Ancient China (19 minutes)
  • Art of Indonesia (28 minutes)

August 27 - Art from Asia, continued

  • Sacred Art of Angkor (18 minutes)
  • Daimyo (30 minutes)

September 3 - European Art

  • Introduction to European Art from the National Gallery of Art (30 minutes)
  • The Feast of the Gods (27 minutes)

September 10 - European Art, continued

  • Ginevra's Story (58 minutes)

September 17 - European Art, continued

  • Raphael and the American Collector (18 minutes)
  • Anthony van Dyck (21 minutes)

September 24 - European Art, continued

  • Vermeer: Master of Light (57 minutes)