Focusing on Nie Ou’s 1997 painting "Mushroom," this one-hour, vinyasa-style yoga class celebrates and takes inspiration from mycelia’s ability to remediate—from cleansing pollutants to helping other plants grow bigger and stronger.
Artist, geographer, author, MacArthur award-winning Trevor Paglen addresses a body of work that tackles surveillance, data collection, and artificial intelligence.
Looking at Elle Pérez’s photograph titled “Soft Stone,” this one-hour, vinyasa-style yoga class explores malleability. How can we be both solid and soft, both a canvas and a tool for carving?
This one-hour, vinyasa-style yoga class takes inspiration from Barbara Takenaga’s 2011 "Nebraska Painting (rising)" in its wave-like, fluid movements punctuated by bursts of bright light.
This one-hour vinyasa-style yoga class looks an oil painting from WCMA's collection called "Autumn, Berkshires" by Rockwell Kent, 1909. This class asks participants to think like a mountain. How have our familiar Berkshire landscapes changed over time, and what can they teach us about movement?
This one-hour vinyasa-style yoga class looks at a gelatin silver print from the WCMA collection by Manuel Alvarez Bravo called "Ya Mero," 1968. The class will explore anticipation, atmosphere, and relationships to the unknown.