Today we are featuring an institution with a Cowan Pottery connection,
The MFA Boston has a selection of objects produced by the Cowan Pottery Studio, all designed by Viktor Schreckengost.
This includes an edition of the Jazz Bowl in the same style and surface design as the library’s edition.
The museum also has it its collection works by Cowan artist produced after the studio had closed in 1931. This includes:
The collection can be searched just like previously highlighted museums. They offer the ability to sort it by region and time period making the navigation very easy.
The current special exhibition, Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation, has a devoted page to experience the work virtually. There are publications, essays, videos, a playlist, and a slideshow of images.
The museum is a participant in Google’s Art & Culture Project.
There is a page devoted to videos where you can watch interviews with artists, experience virtual tours of exhibitions, and see conservation efforts.
And the museum has its own YouTube Channel,with a huge library of videos for patrons to enjoy.