Virtual Art 101: From Teen to Teacher, Art and the Next Generation With Artist and Educator Randy Guthmiller

  • November 11, 2020 6:00 PM

The Modern’s Teen/Artist Project (TAP) is an ongoing program in which regional and national teaching artists expand the knowledge of art, analysis, and techniques for young, aspiring artists. Hear from Randy Guthmiller, a former TAP student, about how his participation in this program shaped his career trajectory and approach to artmaking, which today includes painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, and performance.

Guthmiller is the director of the Randy Guthmiller Center for the Advancement of the Arts, a domestic alternative space, and co-director of Clamp Light, which features art studios and a gallery in San Antonio. He also collaborates with museums and nonprofits to develop thoughtful public and school programs including Ruby City, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Menil Collection, and Nasher Sculpture Center.

Offered as a benefit to members at the Associate ($150) level and above, Art 101 is a complimentary lecture series designed to strengthen your connection to the Museum and broaden your knowledge of modern and contemporary art and architecture. For more information or to upgrade your membership, email the membership department here