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January 18, 2017

Spring 2017 Graduate Seminar lecture series

ArtCenter College of Design
Top left to right: Hilton Als. Photo: Brigitte Lacombe. Alex Da Corte. Photo: Alex Beck. Njideka Akunyili Crosby. Photo: Trevor Tondro. Bottom left to right: Ron Nagle. Photo: William Pruyn. Michael Clark. Photo: Jake Walters. Camille Henrot. Photo courtesy of the artist.

ArtCenter’s Graduate Seminar lecture series is a forum for graduate students, members of the ArtCenter community and the general public to enter into dialogue with internationally recognized artists, critics, and art historians. The seminar—a core component of ArtCenter’s Graduate Art program, and organized this Spring by faculty member Jack Bankowsky—takes place Tuesday evenings throughout the Fall and Spring terms. Admission is free for the general public.

January 24: Jamillah James presents Alex Da Corte 
January 31: Hilton Als
February 7: Juliette Blightman
February 14: Thomas Demand
Date TBD*: Ron Nagle in conversation with Ingrid Schaffner
February 21: Njideka Akunyili Crosby 
February 28: Stefan Kalmár presents Michael Clark
March 7**: Thomas Beard presents Straub-Huillet’s The Bridegroom, the Comedienne, and the Pimp, and From the Clouds to the Resistance 
March 14: Kelly Akashi
March 21: Nick Mauss
March 28: Jan Tumlir presents Mathias Poledna
April 4: Yair Oelbaum introduces Forerunner, a film by Kai Althoff and Yair Oelbaum (LA premiere)
April 11: Ali Subotnick presents Camille Henrot
April 18: Jacqueline Humphries

*Please check our website for updates, where this date will be posted soon
**Note: This is the first of two Straub-Huillet events at ArtCenter. On Saturday, March 25, the Graduate Art Department will host Sally Shafto, who will discuss the filmmakers and screen Straub-Huillet’s Introduction to Arnold Schoenberg’s Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Scene and Too Early/Too Late. Both the March 7 and March 25 events will take place in the Ahmanson Auditorium at the Hillside Campus.

Support for the spring 2017 Graduate Art Seminar series was generously provided by the following: Brenda R. Potter, Blum & Poe, Alan Hergott, David Kordansky Gallery, Margo Leavin, and Jack Shear.

Unless otherwise indicated, lectures are free, open to the public and take place in the L.A. Times Auditorium on ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus. Check our website to confirm dates, times and locations for the lecture series and for more information about the Graduate Art program.

 

Event/program contact:
ArtCenter Graduate Art Department
950 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA 91105
T +1 626 396 4222 / [email protected]

Media contact:
ArtCenter College of Design
Office of Public Relations
T +1 626 396 2251 / [email protected]

 

Graduate Art at ArtCenter College of Design presents spring 2017 Graduate Seminar lecture series

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