Sculpture

Augusta Savage | Black Woman Master Sculptor

In 1928, her sculpture Head of a Negro won the Otto Khan prize at the Harmon Foundation exhibition of 1928. Augusta understood her platform and understood that she needed to use her voice as well as h...

African American Artist Who Changed History! Life Of Sculptor: Harlem Renaissance Art Movement Ep.6

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Florida Keys Special | Art Loft 909 Episode

In this episode – a road trip to the Florida Keys. How the ultraviolet light, local characters and tropical surroundings influence makers on these islands and more. Featured: Artist Lisa Lee Herman, s...

Sculptors’ techniques: Mary Bourne

Sculptor Mary Bourne discusses the materials and tools she uses to create sculptures from stone. Learn more about Mary’s work and create your own landscape sculpture in the following Home School...

Great Women Artists

Despite historic gains in recent years, women artists remain underrepresented in the field of art history. In honor of Women’s History Month, Associate Curator Theresa Bembnister explores the accompli...

“Crafting America” Opening Exhibition Lecture

This video delves into the opening discussion on the exhibition “Crafting America” at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, presented by co-curators Jen Padgett and Glenn Ad...

Art As We See It – Notable African American Sculptors of 19th and 20th Century: Part 2

In this week’s Art As We See It, MoAD Docents look at sculptures by black artists from the 19th and 20th Century. In this segment, they will particularly focus on the works of Augusta Savage, Sargent ...

Edmonia Lewis! The First American Woman Sculptor of Color

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UZIKEE: Washington DC’s Ancestral Sculptor (Documentary Film)

Alton J. Patton, III & Lilal Network are proud to present the Virtual Premiere of “UZIKEE: Washington DC’s African Ancestral Sculptor,” which was produced and directed by award-winning Berkeley, ...