Guided Tour of a Laguna Beach Art Gallery

🎨 Guided Tour of a Laguna Beach Art Gallery + How To Design Virtual Gallery Experiences

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ABOUT THIS FIELDTRIP

Take a live virtual guided tour of The Art of Nellie Gail Moulton with Jennifer Keil and Bryan Heggie. Our co-curators have decades of design experience from their California art and history institutions.

See the Laguna College of Art + Design virtual experience via Matterport.

We will explore the California en plein air movement from Nellie Gail Moulton, Edgar Payne, William Wendt, Frank Cuprien, and Anna Hills. We will then show you the backside in designing virtual gallery experiences.

✨WHAT TO EXPECT

✔️ Virtual Greetings from Moulton Museum and LCAD Gallery in Orange County! Our curators installed fine art in Laguna Beach for The Art of Nellie Gail Moulton for the anniversary of the art school.

✔️ Curating in the 21st Century: We will ask about visceral in-person versus online gallery tours. What is preferred and why? Now let’s take the Matterport tour!
✔️ Creative tools: Learn how to use Matterport to create digital experiences of your spaces and collaborate with virtual teams!
✔️ We will discuss digitally archiving a show and how to engage with audiences with marketing tools.

❤️THIS FIELDTRIP IS INTERACTIVE

This FieldTrip is interactive and includes optional Breakout Rooms. If you do not want to be in a room, please add an ** to the front of your zoom name when you arrive!


ABOUT YOUR HOST

Jennifer Keil, Founder of 70 Degrees, Director of Moulton Museum and Co-curator of The Art of Nellie Gail Moutlon

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