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September 27, 2013

2013 Fall Visiting Artists

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
Left to right: Jackie Saccoccio; Henry Horenstein, Jess, South Boston, MA, 2008. Pigment Print; Battle 14, Moray Hillary vs. Agnes Nedregard, Pink Cube, Oslo, Norway, 2012. Photo by Anja Carr.

Each year the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) hosts a range of international artists and critical thinkers through our visiting artist program. These lectures are free and open to the SMFA community and general public. For the entire semester’s schedule of lectures, visit www.smfa.edu/visiting-artists.

September 30
“Intonarumori/Noise Makers” with Betsey Biggs
In collaboration with Harvard University Music Department’s Hearing Modernity seminars, SMFA brings groundbreaking visual artists and scholars in the field of sound to students at both institutions. (Sound)

October 1
Heather Dewey-Hagborg explores human nature and its relationship to technology and the environment. (Sculpture)

October 2
Susan Gosin, co-founder of Dieu Donne Press and Paper in New York City. (Print + Paper)

October 3
Barnaby Furnas is known for his dynamic paintings in which human drama and transcendent allegory are embodied by analogous painterly processes. (Painting)

October 9
SMFA faculty Jane Gillooly discusses her film, Suitcase of Love and Shame. (Film)

October 10
Elijah Gowin uses photography to speak about ritual, landscape and memory. (Photography)

October 17
Steve Locke’s work uses the tools of painting, specifically its ability to direct the gaze, to make visible and readable the unwritten codes of masculinity, whiteness, pleasure, and desire. (Painting)

October 22
Ben Rubin incorporates sound, light, and symbol to explore modes of communication. (Sculpture)

October 24
Amy Stein’s work explores our evolving isolation from community, culture and the environment. (Photography)

October 25
Ron Diamond’s Animation Show of Shows is a traveling collection of the best in independent animation short films of 2013. (Animation)

October 30
Phil Solomon has been making films since 1975 and is currently a Professor of Film Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. (Film)

October 31
In Jackie Saccoccios lush paintings, swaths of evocative color shift, flow, and collide with seeming tectonic force. (Painting)

November 14
Donald Moffett’s poetic, provocative, and at times humorous paintings fearlessly address current issues such as gay rights and political scandals. (Painting)

November 18
“Intonarumori/Noise Makers” with Christopher DeLaurenti
In collaboration with Harvard University Music Department’s Hearing Modernity seminars, SMFA brings groundbreaking visual artists and scholars in the field of sound to students at both institutions.

November 19
Eve Laramee 20-year body of work addresses complex issues of environmental violence. (Sculpture)

November 21
Henry Horenstein will discuss his extraordinary body of work which includes photographic and book projects, covering a variety of subject matter from country music, to animals, to burlesque. (Photography)

About the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Founded in 1876 and accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA), is one of only three art schools in the country affiliated with a major museum—the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Our mission is to provide an education in the fine arts—for undergraduate and graduate artists—that is interdisciplinary and self-directed. For more information about our programs and partnerships, visit www.smfa.edu.

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