In the first lecture of the Spring 2020 Viewpoint Lecture Series, Valerie Cassel Oliver and Hamza Walker will introduce attendees to their curatorial practices.
Enjoy refreshments and conversation while you view five new exhibitions at the VAC: Carmen Argote: Me At Market, Lisa Lapinski: Drunk Hawking, Juan Pablo González: Cómo hago para recordar / What I do to remember, Grasping fragments, or otherwise calculating distance, and Lauren Moya Ford: Full Bloom.
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Artist-in-residence Carmen Argote is joined by UT faculty Laura Gutierrez and George Flaherty for a conversation about her multidisciplinary practice and her site-specific installation at the VAC.
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Based on his award-winning book The Other American Moderns, ShiPu Wang’s lecture examines some of the pictorial strategies that diasporic Japanese American artists deployed to confront and reimagine “Americanism” and its inherent ideological complexities in the Exclusion Era (1882—1952), a time of institutionalized xenophobia and racism.
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Join Professor George Flaherty in an info session about the exciting new Urban Art and Design in Mexico City study abroad program for art students! Learn more about the program, how to apply, and how to receive funding.