To broaden the reach of its on-site programming, the Smithsonian American Art Museum has compiled links to recordings of lectures, symposia, and performances going back to 2010. For example, from 2011, view a presentation by museum conservators Amber Kerr-Allison and Brian Baade on Henry Ossawa Tanner's painting techniques. Or, skip ahead to 2012 to watch a panel discussion of the book, Photography Changes Everything, with the book’s editor, Marvin Heiferman, visuals editor of the Washington Post, David Griffin, director of security studies at Georgetown University, Bruce Hoffman, and art and architecture critic of the Washington Post, Philip Kennicott. Jump further to 2014, to hear April Gornik discuss her American landscape paintings, several of which are in the collection of American Art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.


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