Boynton Beach, FL, October 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- There are multiple elements that mark the historical landmarks of the human race, including industry, religion, war, and science. The one that has permeated the entirety of our culture as people, though, is art. From the dawn of man and the sketchings on shelter walls to impressionistic modern textural stylings, art has played a significant role in the history of mankind, and more importantly is often used as a barometer for the culture that permeated the time it was created. "Spotlight" hopes to work with entities that furthur our knowledge of these relics.
Today we are able to experience these wonderful and varied works because of the dedicated work of museums and other exhibitions of art. These organizations utilize the knowledge and influence of educated curators, historians, and scholars to compile exhibits which can stretch the imagination and provide us a portal into the time and place where the works were created. On top of that, most museums act as a springboard for potential arts education, providing programs, seminars, and internships that can help steer burgeoning artists young and old to information and ideas that can help further their own knowledge and abilities.
These organizations are not just limited to visual art, either. Performance art, dance, theater, and music all play a significant historical role in the history of our species, and there are some specifically set up to help immortalize these aspects of artistic achievement in their respective mediums. “Spotlight” will be working with various exhibiting entities and organizations that help further the knowledge of each facet of art and culture specifically, creating educational programming that can help enlighten viewers to the wonders of our history in art, as well as our future in it.
“Spotlight” is an independent program and has no affiliation with PBS. Our programs are independently produced and are distributed to Public Television affiliates around the country.
“Spotlight” is an educational program distributed to Public Television. Each program addresses the latest issues impacting society today. For more information, call (754) 242-1107 or visit www.spotlightedu.com.