Miro Films is offering a special introductory offer for the latest four-pack new release Art Education DVDs.
The four engaging and insightful new art educational DVDs join the existing InsideArt offerings for the 2016 academic year.
The new Art Education DVDs join the successful showcase of 8 InsideArt Education DVDs already produced by Miro Films.
Milo Films new InsideArt, Art Education DVDs include Women in Art, Perceptions of Space, Artists’ Studios and Imhoff a Life of Grain and Pixels.
Special Offer: Buy 3, GET 4.
Plus FREE Photography book
The new Art Education DVDs can be ordered online with a special four pack for the price of three. AND the Imhoff video comes with a FREE 98page book, beautifully designed and reproduced, complete with background and explanatory notes on each campaign (retail value $29.95)
InsideArt’s new Art Education DVDs:
Women in Art includes local and internationally acclaimed women who have carved outstanding careers in fine art. The interviews include the highly regarded Louise Neri, the Creative Director of the Melbourne Festival and a director of the world’s largest private gallery, Gagosian; American photographer and educator Wendy Ewald; edgy young artist Sophia Hewson, a finalist in last years Archibald Prize; Andrea Smith an Australian expat living in Rome; and Lyn Williams who has carefully curated and managed the estate of her late, great husband Fred Williams.
The women all discuss issues relevant to them in the largely male dominant art world and provide fascinating career paths for women in a difficult work environment where everyday counts.
Imhoff: A Life of Grain and Pixels is a 30 minute conversation between one of Australia’s most successful commercial photographers Rob Imhoff and Inside Art’s Michel Lawrence. The video covers Imhoff’s career across a broad range of genres from table-top, automotive, packaged goods to his personal love, Portraiture.
Artists Studios is a fascinating tour through five incredibly diverse studios from the most up to date contemporary street artist’s spaces to traditional heritage style studios.
Perceptions of Space is a conversation with renowned architect Charles Justin whose 800 strong collection is now the centerpiece of a private gallery, which is almost complete. Perceptions of Space provides a fascinating insight into a private collectors thinking developed around a theme that broadly addresses perceptions of space in contemporary art practice. The video includes the works of 9 artists and the curator of the exhibition Dianne Soumilas.
Featuring top Australian artists and gallerists in rare and candid interviews the DVDs provide unparalleled access to artists, helping educators to develop key links between art theory and art practice.
Visit the most remarkable artists’ studios, medieval bronze foundries, working historic art printing presses and talk with the directors of Australia’s most important art galleries. It’s a first-hand, insider’s view of art as it’s made, marketed and exhibited.