A Conversation with Dr. Giuseppe Panza
Associate Curator Evelyn Hankins talks with Dr. Giuseppe Panza on his collecting practices and the Hirshhorn's acquisition of 39 works from his vast contemporary art collection.
A conversation with two Sol LeWitt draftsmen
Curatorial Research Associate Ryan Hill talks with Sol LeWitt draftsmen Lacey Fekishazy and Roland Lusk about the process of installing a Sol Lewitt artwork.
A conversation with Robert Barry
Curatorial assistant Al Miner talks with artist Robert Barry, who has several artworks in the Hirshhorn's new exhibition "The Panza Collection".
Giovanna Chesler on Christoph Girardet's "Release"
Assistant Professor at American University’s School of Communication Giovanna Chesler discusses Christoph Girodet’s “Release” in "The Cinema Effect."
Film Professionals on Farocki's "Workers Leaving a Factory"
Filmmaker Joanna Raczynska, Filmmaker and Professor of Film at the University of Maryland Fred Worden, and Film and Media Arts Programmer at the National Museum of Women in the Arts KJ Mohr discuss Farocki’s “Workers Leaving the Factory in Eleven Decades” as a springboard for discussing themes in "The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image."
In Conversation: Kelly Richardson
Curator Kelly Gordon talks with artist Kelly Richardson, whose work, "Exiles of the Shattered Star," 2006, appears in Part 1 of the Hirshhorn's two part exhibition, "The Cinema Effect".
A Conversation with Amy Sillman
Curator Anne Ellegood talks with artist Amy Sillman on the opening day of her solo exhibition "Directions—Amy Sillman, third person singular" at the Hirshhorn Museum.
A Conversation with Carolee Schneeman
Programs Director Milena Kalinovska talks with artist Carolee Schneemann about "Eye Body: 36 Transformative Actions" from 1963, on view in "Currents: Recent Acquisitions"
A Conversation with Takeshi Murata
Associate Curator Kelly Gordon talks with artist Takeshi Murata about his upcoming Black Box exhibition and the techniques he uses to create the "electronic painting" effect of his short films.
Artist on Artist Gallery Talk: Evan Holloway
Evan Holloway, an artist featured in The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas, talks about his own work and works from the Hirshhorn's collection which he selected for his Collection in Context installation. Includes 3-minute musical composition of Stephan von Huene's Totem Tone V.
A Conversation with John Baldessari
In a first for the Hirshhorn Museum, we have invited conceptual artist John Baldessari to act as guest curator. He will explore the Museum's holdings and create an exhibition that expresses his individual perspective. Assistant Curator Kristen Hileman talks with Baldessari about his own work and the Hirshhorn's collection.
A Conversation with Oliver Herring
On April 29, from Noon to 7 pm, the Hirshhorn will present "Task," an interactive art-making experience organized by New York-based artist Oliver Herring. Assistant curator Kristen Hileman talks to Herring about "Task" and other works.
The End of Everything
Hank gives us an inclusive overview of how everything in the universe is thought to have begun, and how cosmologists predict it will all come to an end. (10:52)
Laser trapping and manipulation
Laser trapping and manipulation, Lecture I, Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Halina, University of Queensland, Australia
Attribute Trains - A Virtual Manipulative
Practice completing patterns of shapes, numbers, or colors. Complete the pattern by dragging blocks onto the train.
If a block does not belong where you drop it, it will return to where you picked it up. Press New Problem to start a new train.
CCCS: Sir Mason Durie - Science & Indigenous Knowledge, Bioethics at the Interface: A New Zealand ex
Sir Mason Durie, Professor Emeritus, Massey University, speaks about ‘Science & Indigenous Knowledge, Bioethics at the Interface: A New Zealand experience’, for the Comparative and Cross Cultural Studies research theme. 26 March 2013
Toxicology, more about life on Mars and children's author Philip Ardagh
We meet children’s author Philip Ardagh for a chat; find out more about Mars and discovering life on Earth in some of the most unlikely places; and we catch up with an Open University graduateto learn about toxicology. The interviews are recorded by OU staff and the programme is hosted by Dr Mike Bullivant from the OU/BBC television series Rough Science.
NCPACS: Hiroshima Day Debate: That New Zealand Is Safer Out Of ANZUS And Nuclear Free
To mark Hiroshima Day, Professor Kevin Clements, Director of the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, and Mr Gerald Hensley CNZM, former diplomat and Head of the Prime Minister's Office under both Robert Muldoon and David Lange, debate "That New Zealand is safer out of ANZUS and nuclear free". 6 August 2013
To Have and To Hold at Whispering Pines
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In Conversation: His Holiness, the Dalai Lama with Sir Lloyd Geering
His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, in conversation with Sir Lloyd Geering, leading New Zealand thinker and commentator on theological issues. His Holiness talks about his childhood, his training and education, Buddhism, secularism, science and religion.