Films about topics related to the Museum's art collection and exhibitions are shown in the Lee Alexander Lorick Auditorium or the Bell South Orientation Gallery and are free with admission or membership unless otherwise noted.

SaturdayMay 10
Film: Masters of IllusionNoonFilm: Masters of Illusion
The film examines artistic and scientific discoveries of the Renaissance, offering new insights into what was a remarkable visual revolution. While Columbus and Copernicus were changing our understanding of the world, the Renaissance masters were dramatically changing the way we see the world.

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
SaturdayJune 21
Film: Women Artists: The Other Side of the PictureNoonFilm: Women Artists: The Other Side of the Picture
Where are the works of the great women artists? Why are there so few represented in museums? In this provocative program, respected artists such as Doris McCarthy, Judy Chicago, Joyce Weiland, and Jane Ash Poitras, in combination with curators, art historians, and The Guerrilla Girls, the "terrorists" of the art world, discuss the dearth of women’s artwork in major galleries and examine the poignant social history of women in the fine arts—a story of suppression, marginalization, and omission. The efforts of the National Museum of Women in the Arts is spotlighted to balance that one sided pictures of artist achievements.

(54 minutes, color)

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
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SaturdayJuly 12
Film: Women Artists: The Other Side of the PictureNoonFilm: Women Artists: The Other Side of the Picture
Where are the works of the great women artists? Why are there so few represented in museums? In this provocative program, respected artists such as Doris McCarthy, Judy Chicago, Joyce Weiland, and Jane Ash Poitras, in combination with curators, art historians, and The Guerrilla Girls, the "terrorists" of the art world, discuss the dearth of women’s artwork in major galleries and examine the poignant social history of women in the fine arts—a story of suppression, marginalization, and omission. The efforts of the National Museum of Women in the Arts is spotlighted to balance that one sided pictures of artist achievements.

(54 minutes, color)

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
  • Related Resources: