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May 13, 2010

Film Screening        

Date: Thursday, May 13, 2010
Time: 7 pm- 9 pm
Location: The CADVC Gallery Theatre

1st Floor, Fine Arts Building, UMBC
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Cost: FREE

CADVC partners with The Society for History and Graphics (SHAG) and John Hopkins University to screen Art & Copy in the gallery theatre. Art & Copy is a film about about advertising and inspiration. Directed by Doug Pray, it reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time--people who've profoundly impacted our culture, yet are virtually unknown outside their industry. Exploding forth from advertising's "creative revolution" of the 1960s, these artists and writers all brought a surprisingly rebellious spirit to their work in a business more often associated with mediocrity or manipulation: George Lois, Mary Wells, Dan Wieden, Lee Clow, Hal Riney, and others featured in Art & Copy were responsible for "Just Do It," "I Love NY," "Where's the Beef?," "Got Milk?," "Think Different," and brillant campaigns for evverything from cars to presidents.

Organized by the Society for History and Graphics, The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, and supported by Johns Hopkins University.

Pictured above: Rich Silverstein, David Kennedy, George Lois, Doug Pray, and Dan Wieden

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International Day for Sharing Life Stories

May 14, 2010

Digital Story Screenings

Date: Friday, May 14, 2010

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: UMBC's Fine Arts Building, Room 221, just upstairs from the CADVC
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Cost: FREE

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Participate in International Day for Sharing Life Stories, a day celebrated around the world through the sharing of stories in gatherings and virtual environments. UMBC will present student-produced digital stories from the current semester. Stories from The Media and Communication Studies Program, The Linehan Scholars Program, The English Language Center, and Modern Landguages & Linguistics classes will be featured.

The event is organized by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture and the New Media Studio. It will take place at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture on the UMBC campus on Friday, May 14 at 2pm. The public is invited.

 

Senior Exit Exhibition 2010

May 18-June 11, 2010


Opening Reception:

Tuesday

May 18, 5-7 pm

Pre-Graduation Brunch:

Monday

May 24, 9-11 am

*Free parking: lots 8 & 9

 

Center for Art Design and Visual Culture
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle, Fine Arts Building, Rm. 105
Baltimore, MD 21250

410.455.3188 / TTY: 410.455.3233
*For directions and parking see this LINK.

IMDA GRADUATE THESIS EXHIBITION
April 8 - April 24, 2010

Opening Reception

Time: 5-7 pm
Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010
Location: CADVC, UMBC
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(Free Parking - Lots 8 & 9)

Cost: FREE

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Visual Culture and Evolution Online Symposium

April 5 - 14, 2010

On-Line Symposium

Dates: April 5 - April 14, 2010

Location: http://www.vcande.org

Who:  Panelists

Cost: FREE

The Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences will co-host the "Visual Culture and Evolution Online Symposium" with the Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) and Johns Hopkins University's Master of Arts in Museum Studies Program. The online symposium will take place on the Internet from April 5 through April 14.

Visit the symposium:  http://www.vcande.org

Follow the discussion:  http://vcande.blogspot.com/

Join a group of more than 30 international experts - including artists, scientists, historians, ethicists, curators, sociologists, and writers - as they discuss the intersections between the visual arts and evolution. This past year, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his book, "On the Origin of Species," a number of conferences were held around the world focusing on the impact of the concept of evolution. This symposium will be a platform to discuss both the ideas generated from those activities and the present impact of evolutionary thought on visual culture.

The symposium, which will be conducted through software designed for online courses, will be publicly accessible at http://www.vcande.org. The online format overcomes geographic and financial barriers, enabling leading figures in these fields from around the world to engage in the discussion without a major disruption to their research and practices.

Kevin Finneran, editor in chief of Issues in Science and Technology, will moderate the discussion. Issues is the quarterly policy journal published by the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and University of Texas at Dallas.

For more than 29 years, the Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences has sponsored exhibitions, concerts, and other events that explore relationships among the arts and sciences.

Image:  Tracy Hicks, Moose (Detail of a site specific installation from Reflections on Darwin a group exhibition curated by Ben Montague and exhibited at Wright State
University, November 1, 2009 January 10, 2010) Mixed media and collected object (#31309.005 thru .021 - Alces alces shiraz, 3/4 year old cow moose bones collected: Montana: 21 July 09, with glass scientific vessels) 2009

MAGGOTS AND MEN
April 18, 2012010

Screenings

  • 12 pm Wed, April 14
  •   6 pm Sun, April 18

Location: CADVC, UMBC
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Cost: FREE             

Note:  *TBA*  Additional screening may be added on Wed, 4/14.  *TBA*

CADVC partners with Baltimore's 7th Annual Transmodern Festival to screen Maggots and Men, an experimental, historical narrative set in post-revolutionary Russia. The film re-tells the story of the 1921 uprising of the Kronstadt sailors with a subtext of gender anarchy. A thoughtful homage to Soviet, silent era directors and artists of the Russian avant-garde, the film explores themes of re-invention, revolution, community, and corruption. Director, Cary Cronenwett, will be on hand to speak about the film following the screening.

With support from the UMBC Dresher Center for the Humanities, Department of Visual Arts & Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture.

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CADVC'S K-12 EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAM
Exhibition Opening Reception

Thursday, March 25, 2010
EXPOSURE: Experiments in Photography

Time: 5 - 7 pm, Awards Ceremony: 5:30 pm
Location: Fine Arts Hallway Gallery
1st Floor, Fine Arts Building, UMBC
DIRECTIONS & Campus_Map - Free Parking Lots 8 & 9

Each semester CADVC partners with several K-12 schools and/or after school programs from Balitmore City and area counties. Through our Educational Outreach Program our interns provide instruction in arts curriculum based on CADVC's exhibition program. For the spring 2010 program CADVC interns taught creative workshops and photography classes at two Baltimore City after school programs (Banner Neighborhoods' Art Club & St. Francis Neighborhood Center's Power Project) and Baltimore School for the Arts in Baltimore City, and Lansdowne High School Academy: Arts & Communications in Baltimore County.

The participating classes from each school began the program with a visit to UMBC to tour CADVC's exhibition DANA HOEY: Experiments in Primitive Living. During several weeks of studio work back in their classrooms, participating students created artwork in response to the Hoey exhibition. Their photography projects resulted in their own exhibition, EXPOSURE: Experiments in Photography. EXPOSURE will be exhibited in the Fine Arts Hallway Gallery over the next several weeks.

CADVC invites all participants, their parents, teachers and administrators to kick-off the exhibition with an opening reception and screening on Thursday, March 25th in the UMBC Fine Arts Building's Hallway Gallery from 5 to 7 pm. An award ceremony will commence at 5:30 pm.


"Anarchy in the Kitchen" Viewing Party
UMAMI FOOD & ART FESTIVAL 2010
March 5, 2010

Time: 7 pm
Date: Friday, March 5, 2010
Location: CADVC, UMBC
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Cost: FREE


On Friday, March 5th, “Anarchy in the Kitchen,” a Webcast/gastro-performance event featuring work by DC and Baltimore artists, will stream live over the Internet as part of the NYC-based Umami Food and Arts Festival. Please join us for a local viewing party.

“Anarchy in the Kitchen” brings together a diverse group of artists who engage in acts of culinary chaos that interrogate the intersection of edibility and aesthetics, technology and cuisine, and prose and produce. From human sausage grinders and battery-powered lemons to shopping cart gardens and text message meals, “Anarchy in the Kitchen” questions notions of digestibility, consumption, and good taste in our daily interactions with the food system.

“Anarchy in the Kitchen” is curated by UMBC Visual Arts Adjunct, Laura McGough, and features performances, videos, and sound works by Graham Coreil-Allen, Bradley Chriss, Adam Good, Carolina Mayorga, Rebecca Nagle, Casey Smith, UMBC IMDA grad alum, Shannon Young, UMBC IMDA grad, Natalia Panfile, and UMBC Visual Arts Faculty: Steve Bradley, Lisa Moren, and Tim Nohe. An iPhone version of the Webcast will be available for download on March 5th via the Umami Website at: HTTP://WWW.UMAMIFESTIVAL2010.COM/.

This is a free event!

The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture is located in the Fine Arts Building. Parking is available in the lots located behind the Fine Arts Building.   


CADVC'S K-12 EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAM
Exhibition Opening Reception

Thursday, December 10, 2009
Offsides! Young Artists Tackle Sports

Time: 5 - 7 pm, Awards Ceremony: 5:30 pm
Location: CADVC & Fine Arts Hallway Gallery
1st Floor, Fine Arts Building, UMBC
Directions & Campus Map - Free Parking Lots 8 & 9

Each semester CADVC partners with several K-12 schools and/or after school programs from Balitmore City and area counties. Through our Educational Outreach Program our interns provide instruction in arts curriculum based on CADVC's exhibition program. For the fall 2009 program CADVC interns taught video and photographpy classes at Baltimore School for the Arts in Baltimore City, and George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology and Lansdowne High School Academy: Arts & Communications in Baltimore County.

The participating classes from each school began the program with a visit to UMBC to tour CADVC's exhibition Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports. During several weeks of studio work back in their classrooms, participating students created artwork in response to the Mixed Signals exhibition. Their artwork in photography and video resulted in their own exhibition, Offsides! Young Artists Tackle Sports. Offsides! will be exhibited in the Fine Arts Hallway Gallery over the next several months.

CADVC invites all high school participants, their parents, teachers and administrators to kick-off the exhibition with an opening reception and screening on Thursday, December 10th in the CADVC gallery from 5 to 7 pm. An award ceremony will commence at 5:30 pm.

Visiting Artist Lecture & Screening
Thursday, November 5, 2009

Trisha Ziff Lecture & Screening

Time: 4:30 pm
Location: Lecture Hall II
DIRECTIONS, PARKING, CAMPUS MAP
CADVC, the Visiting Artist Lecture Series, and the InterArts Series present Trisha Ziff, a British born curator, photographer and filmmaker who currently lives in Mexico City and whose work explores cultural hybridism. She will screen and discuss her documentary film Chevolution (90 min.), based on her international exhibition and book Che: Revolution and Commerce, published in Spanish, Italian and English. Chevolution looks at the famous image of Che Guevara and tells the story of what may be the most reproduced image in the history of photography.

Trisha Ziff's major international curatorial projects include Mary Kelly's Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi, Hidden Truths Bloody Sunday and Distant Relations, a dialogue between Irish, Mexican and Chicano artists (1996). Her recent film productions include Oaxacalifornia (US/UK, 1996), My Mexican Shiva (Mexico, 2007) and Nine Months 9 Days (Mexico, 2010). She is also the director of the film La Maleta Mexicana and in 2006 founded 212BERLIN, a space dedicated to the image in Mexico City. She is currently working on a film Between Dog and Wolf (Mexico), while developing major exhibition for the 70th anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War (Mexico/Spain). Trisha Ziff has received many accolades, including a Bancomer Foundation award and a Guggenheim Fellowship.

2009 AIA Baltimore Architecture Week
October 15-26, 2009

Lecture

Subject: Architecture as Community ExperienceIMAGE DESCRIPTION: exterior of University of Baltimore's Student Center
Speaker: Rob Brennan, AIA
Date: Wednesday, October 21
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: The Student Center Theatre, University of Baltimore
21 W. Mt. Royal Ave.
5th Floor
Baltimore, MD
Cost: Free

Image of Rob BrennanRob Brennan, Principal of Brennan+Company, will speak on the architectural profession and its ability to act as a springboard for educating communities and encouraging social participation to improve the way we live. He will discuss how Brennan+Company Architects has created unique initiatives such as alterego (2003) and common ecology (2007) to actively engage and educate the public on sustainable design and ultimately, sustainable neighborhoods. For additional info contact Symmes Gardner at sgardner@umbc.edu.

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This event was co-sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects and The Ampersand Institute of Words and Images, University of Baltimore.

Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports
October 8–December 12, 2009

Opening Reception & Lecture*

Date: Thursday, October 8
Time: 5 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. lecture
Locations: CADVC for reception, Room 306, Fine Arts Building for lecture
Cost: FREE

Christopher Bedford, guest curator
Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports

Christopher Bedford is Curator of Exhibitions at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University. He previously served as a curator in the Department of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where he originated the exhibition Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports. He has written extensively on art for publications including Artforum, Art in America, and October and is currently editing a volume of essays for Duke University Press.

Matthew Barney Film Screenings*

Presented by CADVC, UMBC in partnership with
The Film and Media Studies Program at
Johns Hopkins University

Date: Thursday, October 29
Time: 7 p.m. screenings
Location: Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University
Parking & Directions
Cost: FREE

Films:

Cremaster 4, 1994
Drawing Restraint 10, 2005

exhibition information:
Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports

Mixed Signals is a traveling exhibition organized and circulated by iCI (Independent Curators International), New York.

The exhibition, tour, and catalogue were made possible, in part, by The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the iCI Advocates, the iCI Partners, Agnes Gund, Gerrit and Sydie Lansing, and Barbara and John Robinson.

Mixed Signals is an expanded version of Contemporary Projects 11: Hard Targets--Masculinity and Sports, an exhibition curated by Christopher Bedford and organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Photo: Matthew Barney, CREMASTER 4, (still) 1994, 35mm film with sound, 42 mins, courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York.

5:3
Five Artists : Three States
Video : Animation : Sound

March 4, 2009
Artist Lecture: Edgar Endress

March 6, 2009
Curator Lecture: Symmes Gardner

exhibition information:
5:3 - Five Artists : Three States - Video : Animation : Sound

Public Lecture: “Andrea Robbins and Max Becher”

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Internationally recognized artists Andrea Robbins and Max Becher delivered a public lecture on their photography and research. Rather than “capturing” the visual essence of a sitter, Robbins and Becher are well known for seeking to reveal identity to be multifarious, transitive, and culturally and historically bound. They capture their subjects in ways that transform, enhance, and accentuate social and cultural meaning. They do so with the full complicity and respect of the people they photograph. They spend weeks living with each community they document. They immerse themselves in the stories of its citizens and history. They interview its residents and participate in their rituals and customs. They photograph them in various, active stages of work, play, and home life.

arrowAndrea Robbins and Max Becher: Portraits
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Symposium: Design for Community: Socially Minded Designers Present Their Explorations and Examinations on the Role of Design in Contemporary Society

October 17, 2007
Venue: Baltimore Museum of Art, Rebecca and Joseph Meyerhoff Auditorium

Organized by Assistant Professor Guenet Abraham, Department of Visual Arts, UMBC, and CADVC.

Five nationally recognized graphic designers discussed the role of graphic design and how it is used to engage the public in a social context.

Moderator: Jason Loviglio, Director of the Center for Media Studies, UMBC

Speakers: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Chair, Graduate School of Graphic Design, Yale University; Chris Pullman, VP of Design, WGBH-TV, Boston; Mark Randall, WorldStudio Foundation; Sylvia Harris, Designer; Wendy Brawer, Founder, Green Map System

Presented in partnership with the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art (FoMaCA), AIA Baltimore’s Architecture Week, and a grant from Free Fall Baltimore.

Symposium: Green Space / Reflective Place: How Contemplative Spaces Encourage Deeper Personal, Environmental, and Community Awareness

October 3, 2007

The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC, and the TKF Foundation presented a full day of programs at the Joseph Beuys sculpture site on UMBC’s campus. The day focused on development of open, contemplative space for healthier living. A portion of the program included a discussion of the German artist, Joseph Beuys (1921–1986) who highlighted the need for greater environmental awareness across the globe through his ongoing social sculpture project, 7000 Oaks.

Luncheon: “Every Tree Has a Price"
Remarks focused on how contemplative spaces encourage deeper personal, environmental, and community awareness. Maps of the 5K greenway hiking and biking path throughout the UMBC campus were distributed. Additional maps regarding green space and hiking routes in the Baltimore region were also distributed.

Speakers: Sheldon Caplis, VP for Institutional Advancement, UMBC; David Yager, Executive Director, CADVC, UMBC; Tom Stoner, Co-founder, TKF Foundation; Patricia LaNoue, Director, Interdisciplinary Studies, UMBC

Lecture: “Living Myths; Joseph Beuys and Collective Memory”
Lasse Antonsen, Director of the University Art Gallery at the University of Massachusetts, spoke as part of a continued effort to generate understanding and interest in the Joseph Beuys sculpture site and the need for more green, contemplative space on UMBC’s campus. Antonsen's lecture discussed the relevance of Joseph Beuys’ performances, social sculpture, and art work.

Sponsored by the TKF Foundation, Annapolis, MD and the Dresher Center for the Humanities, UMBC.

Visual Culture and Bioscience: A Virtual Symposium

March 5–13, 2007

This international event created a virtual meeting space for experts from many disciplines to discuss the intersections between visual culture and the biosciences. Artists, scientists, historians, ethicists, curators, sociologists, and writers presented a variety of perspectives on topics of visual representation in art and science and its implications on culture and society. Suzanne Anker, visual artist and theorist, facilitated this online discussion. Please visit the National Academies website for more information on panel members.

This event was co sponsored by the Office of Exhibitions and Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences and the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture. Additional support was provided by Ralph S. O’Conner and the Marian and Speros Martel Foundation.

Panel Discussion: “Designing for a Consumer Culture”

October 16, 2006

Moderator: Steve Ziger of Ziger/Snead

Panelists: Antonio Alcala, Creative Director at Studio A; Abbott Miller of Pentagram; Tom Strong of Strong/Cohen Associates; and Tucker Viemeister of Studio Red at Rockwell Group

The panel discussed Raymond Loewy's pioneering influence on design across disciplines, as well as new strategies in how design and mass culture influence one another.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Art and Visual Culture and the School of Communication Design, University of Baltimore, with additional support provided by AIA, Baltimore.

exhibition information: Raymond Loewy: Designs for a Consumer Culture

Free Fall Baltimore!

October–November 2006

The Contemporary Museum, in collaboration with the Center for Art and Visual Culture, presented a series of free gallery talks and workshops related to the exhibition, Girl’s Night Out, on view at the Contemporary Museum.

October 5, 2006: Irene Hofmann, Contemporary Museum Executive Director and co-curator of Girl’s Night Out.

October 14, 2006: Arts Curriculum Workshop for Teachers
This special program for high school teachers introduced the art works and contemporary art concepts in Girl’s Night Out, provided resource materials for related in-class discussions and hands-on projects, and used Girl’s Night Out as a case study for a discussion about strategies for engaging arts integration into high school curriculum.

October 26, 2006: Jodi Kelber-Kaye, Ph.D., Lecturer, Gender and Women’s Studies Program, UMBC

November 2, 2006: Mark Alice Durant, Professor of Photography, Department of Visual Arts, UMBC

November 16, 2006: Kathy O’Dell, Associate Dean of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, UMBC

All Free Fall Baltimore programs made possible by a grant from former Mayor Martin O'Malley and the Baltimore Office of the Promotion & the Arts.

exhibition information: Girl’s Night Out

What Sound Does a Color Make?

February 16, 2006

Artist Lecture: Stephen Vitiello

exhibition information: What Sound Does a Color Make?

The Blur of the Otherworldly

October 28, 2005

Panel Discussion: “Blur of the Otherworldly”

Moderators: Mark Alice Durant, Curator and Professor of Visual Arts/Photography, UMBC; Jane Marsching, Curator and Assistant Professor, Studio Foundation and Studio for Interrelated Media, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston

Panelists: Lynne Tillman, Novelist, Critic, Essayist, and Professor/Writer in Residence, University of Albany; Diane Bertolo, Artist; Jeffrey Sconce, Associate Professor, Screen Cultures Program, Northwestern University

November 19, 2005
Artist Lecture: Paul DeMarinis

Publication: Blur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal
exhibition information: Blur of the Otherworldly

Re-Framing Community

October 18, 2005

Lecture: Professor William Morrish, University of Virginia

Venue: RTKL, Baltimore, MD

Focusing on the future of America's aging metropolitan first-ring suburbs and modest urban working-class neighborhoods, Morrish presented current work and research that sought ways to align design principles from green building, landscape ecology, and non-profit community organizational work with planning rules and production processes to transform existing small neighborhoods to meet society’s changing social/economic demographics and sustainability opportunities.

Presented by the Center for Art and Visual Culture, the Neighborhood Design Center, and Young Designer’s Forum.

White: A Film Series

February 18–20, 2005

This film series served as a pendant to "White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art, which exhibited at UMBC in October 2004.

Organized by Maurice Berger. Films were shown at The New School, New York, New York.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Art and Visual Culture, UMBC, the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, and the Wolfson Center for National Affairs.

Publication: White; Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art
Exhibition Information: White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art
See also: International Center of photography website

Home / House Project

October 2, 2004  
Tour: Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Mike Tidwell and the Solar Homes Tour 2004 in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore Region

October 11, 2004
Lecture: “Affordable Housing in the US: Who Is Responsible for Good Design?”
Lecturer: Michael Pyatok

October 28, 2004
Panel Discussion: “Community Building by Design: Affordable Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization”
Moderator: Ralph D. Bennett Jr.
Panelists: David Brown, Jelili Ogundele, Stephanie Prange Proestel, Mereida Goodman, John Rennie Short, Steven Sharkey

November 11, 2004
Lecture: “Building Community Through the Arts”
Speakers: Steven Goldsmith, Nick Francis, Jennifer Mange

Film Series
October 14, 2004: The Rural Studio
Directed and produced by Chuck Shultz

November 4, 2004: Sustainable Futures: Blue Vinyl
Director: Judith Helfand, Cinematographer: Daniel Gold, Animator: Emily Hubley

November 18, 2004: Up Close and Toxic / Ecological Design: Inventing the Future

December 2, 2004: The Next Industrial Revolution: William McDonough, Michael Braungart & the Birth of the Sustainable Economy
Directors: Christopher Bedford and Shelley Morhaim, Narrator: Susan Sarandon

Sponsored By: The Center for Art and Visual Culture, The Commons

Exhibition Information: The HOME House Project

Paradise Now?

January 30, 2004
Visiting Artist Performance: Kitchen Science
Artist: Kathy Marmor

February 12, 2004
Panel Discussion: “Paradise Now?”
Moderator: Phyllis Robinson
Panelists: Mark Alice Durant, David M. Eisenmann, Stephen J. Freeland, Jessica J. Pfeifer, Christina Hung

Exhibition Information: Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution

White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art

October 23, 2004
Artist Lecturer: Wendy Ewald

Exhibition Information: White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art

Nayland Blake: Some Kind of Love, Performance Video, 1989-2002

February 6, 2003
Artist Lecture: Nayland Blake

Exhibition Information: Nayland Blake: Some Kind of Love
See also: Tang Website

Maria Elena Gonzalez

September 12, 2002

Artist Lecture: Maria Elena Gonzalez

Publication Brochure: Maria Elena Gonzalez
Exhibition Information: Maria Elena Gonzalez

Fred Wilson: Objects and Installations 1979–2000

November 8, 2002  

Artist Lecture: Fred Wilson

Publication: Fred Wilson: Objects and Installations 1979–2000
Exhibition Information: Fred Wilson: Objects and Installations 1979–2000

Symposium: Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership

April 4, 2001

Panel Discussion: “Joseph Beuys in America”
Moderator: George Ciscle
Panelists: David Levi-Strauss, Ronald Feldman, Todd Bockley

Panel Discussion: “Greening Initiatives and the Arts in Baltimore”
Panelists: Marvin Bilups, Jr., Michael Beer, Cinder Hypki, Beth Strommen, Bryant Smith, Fran Spero, Gary Letteron, Amanda Cunningham

exhibition Information: Joseph Beuys sculpture Park at UMBC

Painting Zero Degree

March 8, 2001

Curator Dialogue: Carlos Basualdo

Exhibition Information: Painting Zero Degree

Still (and all): Eileen Cowin, work 1971–1998

Novemeber 16, 2001

Artist Lecture: Eileen Cowin

Exhibition Information: Still (and all): Eileen Cowin, work 1971–1998

Adrian Piper: A Retrospective

Lecture Series

October 26, 1999: Thelma Golden, Special Projects Curator, The Peter Norton Family Foundation

November 9, 1999: Robert Storr, Senior Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, Museum
of Modern Art, New York

November 11, 1999: Judith Wilson, Associate Professor, African American Studies, University of
California, Irvine

Publication: Adrian Piper: A Retrospective (OUT OF PRINT)
Exhibition information: Adrian Piper: A Retrospective

Symposium: Bruno Monguzzi: A Designer’s Perspective

October 22, 1998

Participants: Rudolph DeHarak, April Greiman, Bruno Monguzzi

Publication: Bruno Monguzzi: A Designer’s Perspective
Exhibition information: Bruno Monguzzi: A Designer’s Perspective

Visiting Artist Residency: Yvonne Rainer

October 20–24, 1997
Artist Residency

November 10–19, 1997
Film Series: Yvonne Rainer: Performance into Politics

Publication: Minimal Politics

Kate Millett, Sculptor: The First 38 Years

Lecture Series: “FLAP: Feminist, Literary, Artistic & Political Dimensions of Kate Millett’s Sculpture”

February 27, 1997: Kate Millett
March 4, 1997: Arlene Raven
March 7, 1997: Angela Davis

Exhibition information: Kate Millett, Sculptor: The First 38 Years

A View From Baltimore to Washington, 1995: 7 Views

January 21–22, 1995

Resident Artist: Lawley Paisley-Jones

Site-specific installation created with assistance of UMBC Visual Arts students

Artists in Dialogue
Artist Lecture: Laurie Sieverts Snyder, Dan Meyers
February 28, 1995

publication: 7 Views
Exhibition information: A View From Baltimore to Washington, 1995: 7 Views

Symposium: Ciphers of Identity

Ciphers of Identity: Identity, Politics, and the Struggle Against Cultural Oppression

November 13, 1994

Organized by Maurice Berger

Keynote Address: Homi Bhabha

Panel I: “Negotiating the New Culture Wars: Identities & Coalitions
Moderator: Kathy O’Dell
Panelists: Susana Torreulla, Adrian Piper, Carole Vance, Simon Watson

Panel II: “Competing for Our Rights: Identity Politics and the Media
Moderator: Joan Shigekawa
Panelists: Patricia Cruz, Liz Kotz, Simon Leung, Brian Wallis

Artist Residency: Simon Leung
November 1–12, 1994

Locations: Woodlawn Middle School, Baltimore, MD (7th & 8th Grades); Catonsville High School, Catonsville, MD (advanced art class); Carver School of Art & Technology, Towson MD (full school assembly)

Artist Lecture: Mary Kelly
November 15, 1994

Exhibition information: Ciphers of Identity

Environmental Terror

Lecture Series: Nature And Society: The Human Dimensions of Environmental Crisis

February 11, 1992: “Myth & Misconceptions of Nature”
Lecturer: Daniel Botkin

February 25, 1992: “The Child & The Environment”
Lecturer: Robert Coles

March 5, 1992: “Ecology as Radical Ideology”
Lecturer: Maurice Berger

March 11, 1992: “Nature & Biotechnology”
Lecturer: Mark Sagoff

Publication: Environmental Terror
Exhibition information: Environmental Terror

Large Works on Paper

Artist Lecture: Eileen Cowin
October 2, 1991

Exhibition information: Large Works on Paper

Frames of Reference Photographic Paths

Lecture Series
October 12, 1989: Lecturers: Victor Schrager, Bart Parker, Fred Endsley
November 2, 1989: Lecturers: Darryl Curran, John Craig
November 9, 1989: Lecturer: Robert Cumming

Exhibition information: Frames of Reference Photographic Paths

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