Friends @ Home Art Docent Webinar | Fashion Statement: How Couture Reflected Culture, 1960-2010
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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How does fashion reflect the changing times? Take a journey through the decades by looking at the some of the top fashion designers in the world, all of which are found in the extensive fashion collection of Phoenix Art Museum. From the classic suits of Coco Chanel to the rule-breaking designs of Alexander McQueen, Susan Marie will have you diving deep into the closets of your mind to relive your past.

Susan Marie joined the Phoenix Art Museum’s Docent program in 2023 as a Community Outreach Docent. Susan is an Arizona native who holds a B.S. in Political Science from Arizona State University and is passionate about all aspects of building vibrant communities. Susan lives in Central Phoenix and in addition to supporting the arts and culture community she enjoys hiking, running, travel, and a good book.




Friends @ Home Art Docent Webinar | Wyeth’s World: Three Generations of American Artists
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Take a journey through the wondrous and strange of three generations of the Wyeth family, focusing on the works of N.C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and Jamie Wyeth. This talk explores the similarities and the differences between the artists concerning their style and how they use the elements of art in the works of art they created and reveals the common bonds shared between the three generations in the lives they lived and how this is reflected in the art they created through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Janine Loiselle-Newbern is a Docent with the Phoenix Art Museum and gives museum tours to the public as a guide to the museum’s collection and gives talks in the community exploring the different realms of art and artists. Janine received her B.A. in Museum Studies and Art History from the University of Michigan, and before moving to Phoenix was a Docent at The Detroit Institute of Arts.