Art of Painting in the 21st Century Online Conference Next Weekendby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
The John Natsoulas Gallery in Davis, CA has announced the hosting of the 13th annual Art of Painting in the 21st Century Conference on April 17, 2021. The annual event will be conducted online this year via the Zoom platform.
More information can be found at https://www.natsoulas.com/13th-art-of-painting
With the announcement, the gallery is inviting painters from around the world to seize the opportunity to meet and interact with several distinguished artists and discuss the purity of painting among their peers.
The annual conference has been one of the gallery’s foremost events since its initial holding thirteen years ago. Its main objective is to provide painters, who usually work alone, with a venue for discussion and debate on contemporary art, as well as for exchanging ideas on the current trends in the field.
The gallery has also announced the roster of artists who will be featured at the event. These include F. Scott Hess, Julian Bell, Julie Heffernan, and Chester Arnold- all recognized as some of the most talented and famous painters working today.
Each artist will present an hour long lecture, with an interactive question and answer session where attendees will be able to ask questions in real time. The event will conclude with a lecture by art historian, writer, and painter John Seed.
Art of Painting in the 21st Century has been described by Artweek Magazine as “the kind of educational, intellectual event one expects from museums or universities, but which public institutions seem less and less able to provide.”
Tickets to the conference may be purchased at https://www.shop.natsoulas.com/art-of-painting-shop/p/artofpainting Details on the Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants before the conference.
Founded over three decades ago, the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts has been recognized with various honors and has produced numerous historical and high profile exhibitions.
In addition to hosting conferences and publishing hundreds of artists’ books and catalogs, the center was one of the forces behind the world’s first Transmedia Art Walk in Downtown Davis, an art in public places project featuring over fifty sculptures and murals by local artists.
Interested parties can learn more from the URLs mentioned above.
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