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MOV! of the Art Walk America APP, covers art walks, art and music festivals, galleries, & all types of artists and explorers from around the world. Beyond museums and galleries, we seek out private collections to find the unseen art and artifacts. We will travel to XIAN, China, home of the Terra Cotta Warriors, we shall get on an underwater exploration dive to unearth new treasures in art, long thought gone! We may venture to the caves in France with ancient drawings or Greece with marbled statues. There is no place we won't go as we have people from around the world to report on events in this exciting venture. You can virtually be there as cover the events LIVE! at times from our MOV! broadcast centers!
In addition to Art Walk LIVE!, MOV! developed the DOCENTS Channel and CURATORS CLiQ! We move dynamic programming to you from CURATORS CLiQ, with fascinating people who curate many interesting and unique trends, objects, ideas, culture and more! Curators CliQ, with it's distinct flair and appeal now offers items available for sale on the MOV! Mercado store where you can purchase these fine goods our Curators uncover! You can travel the world with us as we join our fantastic Curators in remote parts of the world and then buy a bit of the memorabilia they uncover! We strive to seek out the uncovered, the unusual, the best, the most interesting items available! You will not be disappointed with their tales and videos! Our CURATORS will CLiQ with YOU!
Now available for quality companies who value the arts & understands how it positively affects our world, our thinking, even our brain function, we proudly develop the DOCENTS Channel, a non-profit foundation that seeks sponsorship to stream fine content from the world's best museums and docents to our children's schools as well as to art lovers who wish to learn more of the arts. We formed the International Docent Society to bring together the Docents of the world to share their incredible knowledge to foster a greater appreciation of the arts. These short videos can be used by teachers to supplement art, history, anthropology curriculums.
We invite Docents from fine museums around the world to tape 5 to 10 minutes videos explaining a painting, an artifact, a sculpture, an historical piece of memorabilia. Perhaps they will inform us of the Coach museum in Portugal, broadcast from a fashion house in Milan, share priceless antiquities from a remote museum in Turkey? These fine Docents with all their great information will bring you a wealth of information via your television or mobile device.
Not only do these Professional Docents, also known as tour guides, come from exceptional programs within great museums, they may be a person with a degree in fine art who wish to pass on their knowledge. In the Docent-at-Large category, we have people who have a hunger for Art, learn of it, & wish to share their knowledge with us. They will take us into museums of all types, art museums, anthropology museums, historical museum's & far off sites. We may accompany them on an archeological dig to uncover amazing etching in caves or artifacts buried in dust! Our Docents will delight you & entertain you! You will see things you never have seen before! You will learn new facts & stories never before told!
MOV! will move you in a variety of ways. Join us in our many initiatives, DOCENT Channel as a Docent or supporter, CURATORS CLiQ, applications are being taken for new Curators, ART WALK welcomes your art walk submission as well as videos of artists and galleries or local talent.
Watch for our many contests and great shows coming on these channels. Dinner With Paul (a round table discussion of the arts with artists, business people, philosophers, politicians, educators & more) artprovence.org (Where did that painting come from?) Where are they now? (Shows of famous or acclaimed artists & what happened to them) & so many, many more shows in production!