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October 12, 2015

The Critical Dialogue Series fall 2015

Temple University

Courtesy of Tyler School of Art at Temple University.

All lectures take place on Wednesday at 6pm in Tyler School of Art – Auditorium B004 and are free and open to the public.

September 9: Adam Pendleton
September 16: David Joselit, “Dark Cloud”
October 7: Lucy Raven, “Deep Background”
October 14: Maryam Jafri, “Between storyboard and grid, some recent works”
October 21: Brett Littman, “From Lascaux Caves to Autocad: A brief history of drawing”
October 28: Richard Birkett
November 4: Karen Beckman, “Undead: Animation, War, and Time
November 11: Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy
November 18: Gloria Sutton, “The Experience Machine: Expanded Cinema and the Aesthetics of Anticipation
December 2: Ruba Katrib, “Magicians and acrobats”

The Critical Dialogue Series
The Critical Dialogue Series is a core component of the MFA program in Painting and Sculpture at the Tyler School of Art. It is an opportunity for students to interact with some of the most renowned artists, critics, theorists, art historians, curators, philosophers, filmmakers, musicians, choreographers and architects working today. Over the past few years, we have hosted lectures by Alice Aycock, Dara Birnbaum, Mary Ceruti, Beatriz Colomina, Angela Dufresne, Peter Eleey, Hal Foster, Su Friedrich, RoseLee Goldberg, Hans Haacke, Jens Hoffmann, Joan Jonas, Ralph Lemon, José Lerma, Fionn Meade, John Miller, Wangechi Mutu, Sarah Oppenheimer, John Rajchman, Christian Rattemeyer, Doreen Remen, R.H. Quaytman, Dana Schutz, Josh Siegel, P. Adams Sitney, and Michael Smith, among many others.

Tyler School of Art
Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia is a leader in educating artists since the early 1930s. Tyler is ranked among the top 10 MFA programs in Painting and Sculpture by U.S. News and World Report. The MFA Program at the Tyler School of Art is a two-year, full-time, studio-based program rooted in a rich history within a globally influenced, culturally diverse and technologically advancing world. We are committed to providing our students with an understanding of the broad cultural and historical context in which art is made and experienced.

Our notable alumni include: Dennis Adams, Polly Apfelbaum, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Cecelia Condit, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Angela Dufresne, Louise Fishman, Robert Gober, Hans Haacke, Virgil Marti, Lisa Sigal, Laurie Simmons, Hannah Wilke, and Lisa Yuskavage, among others.

 

 

The Critical Dialogue Series fall 2015 at Tyler School of Art, Temple University

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