To celebrate 25 years of both Quin Mathews Films and Art Matters, The Dallas Museum of Art held a screening of some of our favorite moments.  The occasion also celebrated our donation of thousands of interviews and films about art to the DMA’s digital archive. 

A Gift of History

The troubled but beautiful Mexican state of Michoacán has a rich history of folk churches, profiled in this documentary, with no narration, only the sounds from this land of baroque treasures. 

Los Colores del Cielo: Las Iglesias de Michoacán

Turning scrap metal into art is a passion of George Tobolowsky, whose works are praised by Nasher Sculpture Center chief curator Jed Morse and George’s mentor, renowned sculptor James Surls.

Form and Substance: The Art of George Tobolowsky

Rusty Scruby awoke in his motel room one morning to find his U-Haul truck broken into and most of his art stolen, just a day before he was to install the works in a Los Angeles gallery.  Horrified, he set out to try to recover the works.

Rusty Scruby: Lost in the Desert