The Fowler Museum at UCLA offers the public a culture fix with its online series – Fowler: Now at Home. Here you can find a variety of videos showcasing the Rina Banerjee exhibition – “Make Me a Summary of the World,” thru the eyes of curator Betty Seid, along with a backstage peek of “The Map and the Territory—100 Years of Collecting at UCLA,” and many more.

More info below (with links):

Betty Seid is an independent curator, writer, and lecturer. From 1995 to 2005, she was Research Associate and Exhibition Coordinator for South Asian Art in the Department of Asian Art at The Art Institute of Chicago. Her exhibition, New Narratives: Contemporary Art from India, was the first to present 21st-century Indian art in the United States. CLICK HERE to watch.

Director of Exhibitions Sebastian Clough offers a behind the scenes look at the design process guiding the installation of The Map and the Territory. CLICK HERE to watch.

This essay, written by Fowler Managing Editor Marina Berlozerskaya, explores artworks by Ansel Adams, Estelle Ishigo, and Zarina related to the theme of Home and Built Environment, to be exhibited in “The Map and the Territory.” CLICK HERE to watch.

Additional videos are available featuring past shows such as Nick Cave’s “Meet Me at the Center of the Earth.” The exhibition by Chicago-based artist was mounted in 2010, and featured 35 of his signature ‘Soundsuits.’ The installation included performance-interventions (termed by Nick Cave ‘Soundsuit Invasions’) staged at UCLA and around Los Angeles by dancers and choreographers in UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance. CLICK HERE for more info and video links.

Additional series include: The Fowler Out Loud music series  and the Yoga Streaming series which you can find on their instagram – @fowlermuseum

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