Winslow Homer and Art of a Changing America

1 hour 15 minute virtual event

Event short description

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Hosted by Rena Tobey

Change is an essential part of our workplace, but can also be a huge challenge. Come explore the artwork of Winslow Homer to see how change, both radical and incremental, transformed American life in the late 1800s.

Price

$2,500 / group

Virtual event

This host will provide a zoom video conference.

Group size

This event supports 2 - 100 participants.

Event duration

1 hour 15 minutes

Book this event

$2,500 / group

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How it works

With a subtle and clarion voice, Homer teased out the complexities of everyday life from the Civil War to the turn of a new century, including changing roles for men and women. Along the way, we’ll consider the elusive man behind the paintings. Homer loved epic battles. Thought Superman was our first super hero? Look again at the earlier superhero Homer painted. He’ll open our eyes to how heroes shape the American character and set the stage for the movies we enjoy today.

Via Zoom, we'll dig deep into artworks by the powerhouse artist Winslow Homer. His art is profoundly relevant today, sure to delight, and may even surprise you, as he comments on the world we still live in. Jump on the Chat with your thoughts and reactions, or simply sit back and enjoy the pleasures of art while gaining insight into your own life and career journey.

Things you'll need

A laptop or a screen with the ability to log into Zoom. For this event, we recommend a desktop or laptop for the best experience.

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection
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Your host Rena Tobey

Rena Tobey is an American art historian whose greatest passion is making art accessible, invigorating, insightful, and fun. She has taught art history at NYU's School for Professional Studies and many community organizations, including New York Adventure Club, New York Public Library, and Shady Ladies Tours. She conducts lively, interactive tours of museum collections, now via Zoom. Just for fun, she has created Artventures!® Game--a cheeky party game on the adventures of art and art history.