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Spring 2019 Graduate Art lecture series
ArtCenter College of Design
January 15–April 18, 2019, 7:30pm

L.A. Times Media Center
Hillside Campus
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
USA

www.artcenter.edu
Above: Top left to right: Tobi Haslett. Photo: courtesy Tobi Haslett; Josephine Pryde. Photo: Dan Mitchell; Rachel Kushner. Photo: Gabby Laurent. Bottom left to right: Richard Maxwell. Photo: courtesy Richard Maxwell; Scott Rothkopf. Photo: courtesy Scott Rothkopf; Rachel Rose. Photo: Andrea Blanch.
Above: Top left to right: Tobi Haslett. Photo: courtesy Tobi Haslett; Josephine Pryde. Photo: Dan Mitchell; Rachel Kushner. Photo: Gabby Laurent. Bottom left to right: Richard Maxwell. Photo: courtesy Richard Maxwell; Scott Rothkopf. Photo: courtesy Scott Rothkopf; Rachel Rose. Photo: Andrea Blanch.
January 15–April 18, 2019, 7:30pm

L.A. Times Media Center
Hillside Campus
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
USA

www.artcenter.edu

The ArtCenter Graduate Art MFA program is pleased to announce its Spring 2019 Graduate Lecture series, organized by Jack Bankowsky.

Unless otherwise indicated, lectures are free, open to the public and take place in the L.A. Times Auditorium on ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena 91103. Check our website to confirm dates, times and locations for the lecture series and for more information about the Graduate Art program.

Spring 2019 seminar schedule

January 15
Scott Rothkopf presents Rachel Rose

January 22
Darren Bader in conversation with Bruce Hainley

January 29
Gary Hume in conversation with Jan Tumlir

February 5
Rachel Kushner presents James Benning

February 12
Maria Bamford in conversation with Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer

February 19
Semiotext(e) at ArtCenter: Marion Scemama in conversation with Amy Scholder. Scemama’s David Wojnarowicz: A Conversation with Sylvère Lotringer and Marion Scemama will be screened.

February 26
Jason E. Smith presents Hal Foster

March 12
Josephine Pryde  

March 26
Tobi Haslett presents Bouchra Khalili

April 9
Richard Maxwell

April 16
Negar Azimi presents Eric Baudelaire

April 18
T.J. Clark in conversation with Eric Banks*

*Note that the final event of the semester takes place on Thursday rather than the customary Tuesday.

Support for these talks was generously provided by Jack Shear, Brenda R. Potter, Sprüth Magers, Blum & Poe, Alan Hergott, Hannah Hoffman, and David Kordansky.

With a core faculty of 10 internationally recognized artists and writers, 15 to 30 visiting and adjunct faculty per term and a total of 35 students, we have one of the lowest student-to-faculty ratios among comparable MFA programs. The result is an intense work environment where concentrated art-making is assured equally concentrated faculty attention, whether within specific disciplines or among them: in film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, performance and everything in between.

Fundamental to our program are one-on-one studio visits with faculty and rigorous critical, academic and practical coursework. We extend our reach internationally, inviting artists, writers, historians and philosophers for weekly seminars and our biannual conference series. Coming from and going to Europe respectively, our artist-in-residence partnership and student exchange link us with programs in Paris, Berlin and Cologne. Our student and faculty exchanges link us with programs in key European art capitals.

Closer to home, indeed at home, is Los Angeles, one of the world’s great art capitals. Closer still is the renowned design school to which we are connected, with leading-edge software and hardware technology and the equipment that goes with it. On site, we provide students with individual studios, a fabrication shop, several gallery spaces, and dedicated computing and moving-image production labs. We make our public gallery spaces and project rooms available to all our students, from their first term through graduation, when they mount their final solo show.

January 10, 2019

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L.A. Times Media Center, Pasadena