Film: Throwing Curves—Eva Zeisel (1 p.m.)

See the compelling story of the prominent designer.

Enjoy special screenings of Throwing Curves—Eva Zeisel (2002, 60 min.). Director/producer Jyll Johnstone explores the life and art of one of the most famous industrial designers of the 20th century. 

Shown in conjunction with the special exhibition Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft, and Design, Midcentury and Today, which features more than 20 of Zeisel’s designs.

RESERVATIONS:

Free. No reservations required. First come, first-served seating.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:

This exhibition illuminates the vital contributions of women to postwar visual culture and their use of craft materials—especially clay, fiber, and metals—to explore concepts of Modernism. Featuring more than 80 works, Pathmakers focuses on women working at mid-century, as well as contemporary artists whose work reflects the influence of their predecessors.


Special thanks to Canobie Films for sponsoring these screenings. Canobie Films makes documentaries that mostly examine the less well known, both issues and persons, through a kaleidoscope of perspectives. Canobie Films’ work engages with art, education, and culture.

National Museum of Women in the Arts