Wednesday, September 23, 9 AM
YouTube Studio Visits Go Live
Watch on the AVAST You Tube Channel; see instructions on this page for viewing.
Rick Black: Exploring home and exile through book art and photography
David Carlson: Abstraction influenced by meditations on consciousness
Deb Crerie: Photography, technology and additive processes
Lucinda Esh: Expanded home studio and abstract painting process
David Goldstein: Artwork debut and a rare look into a private work area
Sue Grace: Demonstration of large-scale figurative abstraction
Heike Gramckow: Modern impressionist landscape paintings
Arlie Hammons: Becoming an artist after traumatic brain injury
Anne Hancock: Paintings of personal narratives
Sarah Hardesty: Recent work, inspiration, and process
Brie Hayden: Hyper-realistic drawings in a tiny workspace
David Jenkins: Hand-cut original-design papercuttings
Bryan Jernigan: Acrylic abstracts and Impressionistic pastel landscapes
Julie Jernigan: Jewelry in sterling silver, pearls and semi-precious stones
Zofie King: Mixed media assemblage, reminiscent of cabinets of curiosity
Stephanie Lane: The space between the metaphysical and the physical
Barry Lindley: Expressive realist landscapes from the mid-Atlantic
Viondette Lopez: Connection through portraits and landscapes
Sharon Malley: Narrative paintings of childhood memories
Ingrid Matuszewski: “Loving life through painting”
Felecia Brice McFail: Learn about calligraphy and the FOHTA Gallery
Nan Morrison: Gestural, drip and action painting defined by bold color
Morgan Johnson Norwood: Nature inspiration behind abstract paintings
Sandi Parker: A home studio with a glam, fun vibe, “filled with things I love”
Jean Sausele-Knodt: Mix-media wall mounted assemblages
Henrik Sundqvist: Large scale layered prints and their basis in drawing
Sherry Trachtman: Influences, materials, and process of 3D assemblages
Andrea Uravitch: Animal and plant sculptures and how they are constructed
Friday, September 25
Interviews with Factory Society
Saturday, September 26
Watch on the AVAST Facebook page; see instructions on this page for viewing.
10:00 AM – 10:15 AM Jennifer Brewer Stone: Encouraging awe
10:45 AM – 11:00 AM Scott Hutchison: Psychological movement
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Melanie Kehoss: Origins of culture
12:15 PM – 12:30 PM Rhys Conlon: Engaging rhythm
2:00 PM – 2:15 PM Mary Jennings: Promoting growth
2:45 PM – 3:00 PM E. Lynn Coates: Figures in nature
3:30 PM – 3:45 PM Sarah Bentley: Maintaining tradition
Sunday, September 27
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Marsha Lederman: Experiments in clay
11:45 AM – 12:00 PM Robbie Namy: New ideas from Old Masters
12:30 PM – 12:45 PM Scott Kaye: Form following function
2:00 PM – 2:15 PM Emily Fussner: Poetry in the periphery
2:45 PM – 3:00 PM Claudia Olivos: Magical realism
3:30 PM – 3:45 PM “Rain Check” in case of tech difficulties
Felecia Brice McFail in her studio
How to Watch
With just a few basic prerequisites, You can watch the artists’ studio visits on any smart phone, tablet, or computer that is connected to the internet.
No account, password, or ticket is needed. If watching on a mobile device, the YouTube app must be installed. Access videos in one of these ways:
- Search by video: Go to our YouTube channel. Select the video(s) you would like to watch from there.
- Search by name: Use the links next to the names on the left.
Facebook Live Videos
You do not need a Facebook account to view our videos and content on a computer. In most cases, you do need an account to watch on a mobile device. You also need to be logged in to a Facebook account to comment on the video. Access Facebook videos in one of these ways:
- Watch Live: At the scheduled time, go to the AVAST Facebook Live page. If the Live Stream has begun, it will appear near the top of the page. If the Live Stream has yet to begin, you may need to refresh your browser until it starts. Remember to ask questions!
- Search by video: Starting September 26, go to the AVAST Facebook videos page. Scroll to see which videos are available.
Go to the Artist Directory. Click on an image to go to the artist page. There, you will either find a thumbnail link to the artist’s video or a day/time when they will go Live on Facebook.