Recent visitors to Kate McIntosh’s works have been involved in many ways. Some broke apart domestic objects and made new inventions from the fragments (Worktable installation 2011). Other audiences...
Slow Looking, The Blanton Museum of Art
The Education Team at The Blanton Museum of Art are hosting a series of 30-minute conversations about a single work of art.
From Fusebox As our attention spans dwindle, our experiences more and more resemble the jump cut rather than the long take. Festivals can intensify the effect, with their hectic schedules and surfeit of sensory experiences. Taking time to pause and look deeply is a rare thing. At the Blanton, take time out of your schedule and join a small group of people that will engage with a single work of art, and through reflective, attentive looking and discussion, reclaim the pleasures of the slow.