What we're about

Oh, Hi. 👋 We are Considering.Art™ - a new LIVE cultural engagement network that's as unique as you are. Join us!

Unlike a typical museum / gallery tour, here at CA - it's not really about us, we are more interested in you. Never repeated and uniquely yours, our interactive and explorative video tours last typically 60-90 mins in duration, and are facilitated LIVE by your very own 'museum' guide. Cool right?

With a focus on contemporary art, together we aim to explore some of the most pressing issues of today - bringing thoughts, feelings, and observations into a fun, lively and sometimes challenging exchange.

Developed in collaboration with a team of NYC art world professionals, in response to COVID 19 closures, we are super excited to welcome you into our global community as we join each other on this exciting journey.

Let’s do this... why not book a free tour today?

Once registered, your unique and direct link to our Zoom viewing / meeting room will be provided. Events are FREE to attend and open to all. This is LIVE arts engagement for all. Never recorded. Uniquely yours. Your voice. Your idea.

Fancy a chat? Have an idea? Interested in presenting? Reach out via info@considering.art - we love hearing from you ❤️. Let’s do this... why not book a free tour today?

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Considering Art : Considering Actuality | Public Broadcasting

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Join us Jan 26th. Together, in collaboration with Considering.Film™, we explore the the use of interludes in early public broadcasts.

In the earliest days of television, when an encounter with moving images in the privacy of one’s own home was still a novelty, public television programming was full of experimental possibilities that to this day inform our own visual and experiential media landscape.

Join us as, together; we rummage through the British Broadcasting Corporation’s archive of early Interlude films. We consider the impact of mediated realities - actualities - presented to the public through the networked medium of television and, with this, the advent of a new genre of works.

In this tour, we embark on some critical viewing.
Together we ask: What do you see?

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👋 Oh, Hi. We are Considering.Art™ presented by Considering.Live™ - a new LIVE arts and cultural engagement network that's as unique as you are.

Unlike a typical museum/gallery tour here at CA - it's not really about us; we are more interested in you. Your thoughts and your ideas.

Never repeated and uniquely yours, our interactive and explorative video tours typically last 90 mins in duration and are facilitated LIVE by your very own interpretative guide. Cool right?

With a focus on contemporary art, we aim to explore some of today's most pressing issues - bringing thoughts, feelings, and observations into a lively and sometimes challenging exchange.

During these extraordinary times, we believe in the power of art and community as a means of building a more equitable, inclusive, and just future.

Developed in collaboration with a team of NYC art world professionals in response to COVID 19 closures, we are super excited to welcome you into our community as together we join each other on this exciting journey.

As always, all of our events are FREE to attend & are never recorded. We schedule online events every Wednesday and broadcast LIVE at 7 PM Eastern Time/ 4 PM Pacific Time from our home in Brooklyn, New York.

We look forward to seeing you soon.
Until then, stay creative and keep asking questions.
Team Considering.Live™
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About your facilitator:
Matt Whitman is an artist and professor working with 16mm film, Super8 film and digital video. His work has appeared at Microscope Gallery, New York; The Kitchen, New York; CROSSROADS / SF Cinematheque, San Francisco; ANALOGICA 10, Bolzano, IT The Front, New Orleans; Light Field / The Lab, San Francisco; Unexposed Microcinema, Durham, NC; Anthology Film Archives, New York; La MaMa, New York; Ethan Cohen Gallery, New York; the Brooklyn Film Festival, New York; 8 fest, Toronto, ON; among others. He has taught at Parsons School of Design since 2014.

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Closed Captioning, Live Transcription & Audio Assist are provided for all online events. Please feel free to drop us an email, call, or text should you require any additional access considerations.

👋 We believe in the power of art and community as a means of building a more equitable, inclusive, and just future. We thank you for supporting our commitment and call to action. We are excited to see you soon. Your voice. Your Idea. You make this.

Past events (64)

Considering Art : Considering Direction | Alice Guy-Blaché

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