"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." - Picasso
As Picasso recommends, change your routine and expand your mind and soul by Learning. Our Programs can be reserved as a series, or as a single engagement. Art for Learning offers two types of programs. One related to ART and another a NON-ART program, purely for touring and enjoyment.
Every ART RELATED PROGRAM is introduced through a slide show lecture and presentation.
Ms. Urman likes to use a very interactive method to her teachings. Keeping the size of the class small (15 TO 20) is best so ideas can be shared in an open minded atmosphere where all comments and ideas
are welcome, everyone’s opinion is valid. Art is brought to life by connecting it to History and Sociology. We hope to enrich your perspective and insight.
Art For Learning LLC., is offering a lecture/ presentation plus trips to museums or other sites. We can also offer follow up visits to instruct an art lesson. Ms. Urman or one of her instructors may act as Docent at some sites. Ms. Urman personally works with the Educational Departments to customize the trips, when Art for Learning can not act as Docent. Most of the Art tours will visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Other Museums which may be visited according to the subject are the Guggenheim Museum, New York Historical Society, The Cloisters, Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Museum of Arts and Design and other various museums which may have special exhibitions.
Ms. Urman would like to provide the option of more advanced art projects which may need several art instructional lessons to complete. Some of the art lessons would include drawing and painting in Central Park, an unforgettable experience you will always treasure. Some of the programs could be doubled with literature or movies plus discussion lead by Art for Learning. Most of the programs can be offered as a series which would include lecture, trips and projects. All can be discussed and
customized to fit your needs and wishes.
The NON-ART programs are unique because in most cases they are not simply tours. Ms. Urman has worked directly with the sites creating or choosing special programs just for your group. Due to popular demand, we are now offering programs highlighted in our Event Calendar. Maybe you can find something already planned. Just remember we are always ready to customize to your desire.
Transportation can be provided, if requested.
01. Colonial Art, Early American art through 1860’s
02. American Stories: Paintings of Everyday Life
03. American Slavery, Artist reflections, art as political statements.
04. John Singer Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends
05. Statue of Liberty from concept to present
ART OF ANCIENT EGYPTIAN
06. Art of Ancient Egypt
07. Egyptian Art, uncover insights for the Seders
ART 0F ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME
08. Art of Ancient Greece and Rome
09. Why were so many Jews Attracted to the Greek Culture?
10. French Impressionist Art, the Rebels who changed art forever
11. Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity, Special exhibition from the Met
12. Degas - His Ballerinas and other Women of the French Impressionists
13. French Impressionists, American Impressionist Art and the industrial revolution
14. Camille Pissarro, the Impressionists and the Dreyfus Affair
15. Impressionists: American Gardens on Canvas
16. Impressionists influence on: Americans in Paris
17. Early Modern Art, What did it mean? Art and the changing world 1900s to WWII
18. Modern Art, relation to history, art concepts to present
19. Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937
20. Paul Cezanne and Beyond, Modern Art
21. Gertrude Stein and her Collection
22. Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art
23. Pablo Picasso and his sculpture's as exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art 2016
24. Frida Kahlo, Her Art and Gardens
25. GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Visions of Hawai’i, in connection with Bronx Botanical Gardens, 2018
26. Arm Chair visit to the Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art
27. Modern Art, John Baldessari, pioneer of conceptual art
28. Modern Art, The Armory show of 1913 and American Modern art and how Americans were introduced to Modern Art
29. Modern Art, The Armory show of 1913, focus on European modern art the impact on the Art World.
30. Modern Art, Cubist Collection of Leonard Lauder, connected to Metropolitan Museum of Art
31. Marc Chagall: Love, War, and Exile, connection to Jewish Museum
32. Marc Chagall, Lissitzky, Malevitch: Russian Avant-Garde in Vitebesk (1918-1922) , connection to Jewish Museum
33. Modigliani Unmasked, connected to Jewish Museum 2017
34. Helena Rubinstein, Collecting Modern Art and more
35. Matisse and American Art, connected to Montclair Art Musuem 2017
36. Henri Matisse and his Cut Outs, connected to Museum of Modern Art
37. Gustave Klimt: The man, his art and the Woman in Gold
38. The "New Whitney" - The Whitney Museum of American Art and how it got started
39. Dale Chihuly, Glass Master, connected to NY Botanical Gardens 2017
40. Vincent Van Gogh the Man and his Art
41. Post Impressionist Art
World of Art
42. Arm Chair visit Around the world through the World of Art - 7 Continents
43. Arm Chair visit: Art of China and Japan
44. Art of Ancient Near East
45. MEDIEVAL ART, religion, mythology and the art
46. Dutch Painters: Vermeer, Rembrandt and Hals. Masterpieces of Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis collection
47. Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture
48. Around the World with Sculpture
49. Eugene Delacroix, French Artist, connected to the Metropolitan Museum of Art - 2018
50. Michelangelo a Renaissance Man
51. Jewish Gangsters
52. Jerusalem 1000 - 1400, Every People Under Heaven as exhibited at the MET
53. Lower East Side of New York and the Jewish Immigrants