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This series [September - December] deliberates on the explosive changes that occurred in Tuscany between 1200 and 1350. Invaluable works of art and architecture from the early Italian Renaissance serve as a window through which leading art historians analyze the formation of city-states, their commerce, visual arts, and religion. A stimulating examination of how the Renaissance has shaped Western civilization. / Cataclysm: The Black Death Visits Tuscany / Tuscany’s prosperity and growth came to a halting decline when the plague struck in 1348. The art world underwent a significant change. Magnificent works remained incomplete, works were less realistic and more fanciful and focused more on the divine than the natural. (49 min, 2004)
A presentation that highlights films nominated for the Academy Awards Best Picture during the early 1960s. Film clips from movies such as West Side Story, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Lawrence of Arabia will be shown, along with commentary on the facts and the gossip surrounding the films.
Exploring Artists and the Creative Process - "Herb and Dorothy"
Award-winning 2009 documentary of a postal clerk and a librarian who managed, on their modest civil-service salaries, to amass one of the most important contemporary art collections in history.