Tuesday Night Lecture Series

Tuesday Night Lecture Series

An acclaimed weekly lecture series brings in artists, designers, and critical theorists from around the world, broadening the students’ experiential base and complementing local offerings. All lectures and exhibitions are open to the general public free of charge. Unless otherwise indicated, all presentations will be held in the Art Building, Room #133, from 5-6pm. Click here for campus maps and directions.

January 2020

Jimin Lee & Paula Levine: BoundarySpan

January 28, 2020, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Art Building – Room 133
Korean-born, California-based pictorial artist Jimin Lee focuses on themes of mobility, displacement, and labor on personal and social levels as seen in traffic, places of transport, or objects that move or are "in transit" -- travel in both the daily and in the migratory sense. Canadian-American media artist Paula Levine weaves personal and political narratives and uses locative, mobile technologies and wireless networks to collapse distances and bridge the space between disparate locations –sites of...

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February 2020

Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon: Sound Sense

February 04, 2020, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Art Building – Room 133
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon has been working with the intersection of sound, sculpture, and performance since 2002. She studied sound art, photography, and new genres at the San Francisco Art Institute and researched the history of communication technologies, acoustics, and computer music at Stanford University where she received her MFA. The artist will provide an overview of her career as well as discuss specific, recent projects. Image caption: Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon, Cold World Cycles Warm (detail)...

Jamil Hellu: Hues

February 11, 2020, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Art Building – Room 133
Jamil Hellu is a visual artist whose work revolves primarily around representations of queer sexuality and community. Incorporating photography and video installations, his projects are often a hybrid of self-portraiture and political narrative while dealing with issues of cultural identity and masculinity. The artist will provide an overview of his career and discuss his most recent body of work entitled HUES. Image caption: Jamil Hellu, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (a.k.a. Faluda Islam) grew up in Pakistan....

Dr. Ceci Moss: Expanded Internet Art

February 18, 2020, All Day
Art Building – Room 133
Author Dr. Ceci Moss will offer a short introduction to her new book Expanded Internet Art: Twenty-First-Century Artistic Practice and the Informational Milieu, the first comprehensive art historical study of “expanded” internet art practices. The book charts the rise of a multidisciplinary approach to online artistic practice in the past decade, discussing recent currents in contemporary artistic practice that parallel the explosion of the internet through advances such as social media, smart phones, and faster...

Raven Halfmoon: Between Seen & Unseen

February 25, 2020, All Day
Art Building – Room 133
Sculptor Raven Halfmoon (Caddo Nation) investigates themes of cultural identity, appropriation, and history within her artwork. Each piece is a reflection, understanding, and interpretation of Caddo culture and the fight to maintain a place for it in today’s world. Through her sculptures, she tells a story both of how one understands self and culture, but also what defines these ideals in America today. Her artwork exists to break the mold of the Native American stereotype...

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