I had the unique opportunity to intern for about a year at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. There, I collaborated with the Curator of Education, videotaping his engaging 'gallery talks' with a variety of student groups visiting the museum. I used Adobe Premiere to edit these videos, reducing the length of the 'talks' so they would be appropriate for use on the web. The purpose of these videos was to encourage local schools to take advantage of the educational opportunities at the museum.
Below are the paintings for which I produced these educational videos for The Clark, along with the links to download these videos. The images and video links below (in hi-bandwidth wmv format) are from the museum's website.
The Cliffs at Etretat (Claude Monet)
Wall Sconce (Peter Archambo I)
Undertow (Winslow Homer)
Virgin and Child with Saints Francis, Andrew, Paul, Peter, Stephen, and Louis of Toulouse (Ugolino di Nerio)
Death and the Maidens (Pierre Puvis de Chavannes)