In-Person Tour: Advanced Tickets required. Limited Tickets available.
Please note: At the end of the tour the NYSS will ask participants if they would like to make an optional donation to the NYSS. These donations do not go to Village Preservation.
Since its founding in 1964, the New York Studio School has been an innovator in arts education, prioritizing daily continuity of study for artists through work in the studio. In 1965, the school moved into what had been the original Whitney Museum of American Art on West 8th Street, where it continues today to offer its signature programming: degree and certificate programs, lectures, exhibitions, and the internationally recognized Marathon education program. Step into this iconic National Historic Landmark building for a tour that will focus on key historic spaces: the Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Studio, decorated by Robert Winthrop Chanler, the Gallery, the Clay Room, and MacDougal Alley.
Beatrice “Bee” Chessman (She/Her) is the Development Coordinator at the New York Studio School. She studied Fine Arts and German at the College of William & Mary and in 2016 completed a Fulbright teaching grant in Lower Saxony, Germany. Awards in the study of painting include the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant and the Hohenberg Travel Grant. Bee is an alum of the New York Studio School’s MFA program and has also studied at Mount Gretna School of Art.
- Wednesday, April 6, 2022
- 10:00 am