SUNDAY JULY 31
MFA-IA Visiting Artists Lectures: Ayanah Moor and Roman DeSalvo
8 – 10pm | Holman Arts & Media Center, second floor | RSVP
Ayanah Moor is an interdisciplinary artist whose creative tools include printmedia, performance, drawing and video. She has been awarded artist residencies worldwide, and her work has been included in Troubling Vision: Performance, Visuality and Blackness, andWhat is Contemporary Art? (University of Chicago Press). Moor is associate professor in printmedia at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Roman De Salvo is a contemporary American conceptual artist work combines his interest in craft, technology, language, and everyday objects with wit, playfulness, and the unexpected. His work has been featured in the 2000 Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Musée d’Art Américain, Giverny, France; Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut; and the American Idyll for the Public Art Fund, Brooklyn NY.
MONDAY AUGUST 1
MFA-IA Visiting Artists Lectures: Matt Freedman
9 – 11am | Holman Arts & Media Center, second floor | RSVP
Matt Freedman is an artist, writer and curator who has shown and performed nationally and internationally. He has curated at Long Island University and the SculptureCenter, and published the graphic journal Relatively Indolent but Relentless. He is on the faculty at the Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Design (Graduate Fine Arts Visual Studies) and the MFA-IA program here at SNC.
TUESDAY AUGUST 2
MFA-IA Visiting Artists Lectures: Victoria Estok and Kelly Kirshtner
5 – 6:60pm | Holman Arts & Media Center, second floor | RSVP
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3
SNC Fine Arts Faculty Lectures: Mary Kenny and Rick Parsons
12 – 2pm | Holman Arts & Media Center, second floor | RSVP
Feel free to bring your lunch!
MFA-IA Visiting Artists Lecture: Steve Lambert
5 – 8pm | Holman Arts & Media Center, Garage Door Gallery | RSVP
Steve Lambert dropped out of high school to study sociology and film, receiving his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and MFA from UC Davis. He was a Senior Fellow at the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology in New York, and is currently a professor at SUNY Purchase in New Media. Steve is the co-founder and co-director of the Center for Artistic Activism and has collaborated with artists including the Graffiti Research Lab and the Yes Men.
SUNDAY AUGUST 7
The second year MFA-IA students will be installing their site specific work on the campus of Sagehen. Food and refreshments included.