2020 has provided us clear vision about the everyday we used to take for granted. Nevermind celebrating life events and joining crowds for urban playtime, simply eating out, shopping, and getting together with family and friends are all a challenge.
Join us for a close look with Rena Tobey at artworks created by American artists from the mid-1800s to the Great Depression.
These works exuberantly depict all those small and larger moments of urban life, and you may find they provide just the refresher you’ve been waiting for.
Rena’s greatest passion is making art accessible, invigorating, insightful, and fun.
She teaches art history at NYU’s School for Professional Studies, conducts lively, interactive tours of museum collections, and provides talks on American art for community organizations.
Just for fun, she has created Artventures!® Game–a cheeky party game on the adventures of art and art history.
MA, Art History, Hunter College
BA, Art History, Dean’s Scholar Program in American Art, University of Delaware