Luiz Camillo Osorio discusses his curation of the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo’s 2017 Panorama, which was the target of far-right protests, and the politics of art in contemporary Brazil.
Set in a mythical dimension of cable television, David Cronenberg’s Videodrome follows TV-executive Max Renn as he navigates the convoluted relationship between media and society and the synthesis between the physical and visual realms of experience.
This lecture will highlight Lauren Moya Ford's relationship to the Japanese-Canadian woodcut printmaker Naoko Matsubara, noting the exchange of information and surprising connections made between art and artists through time and space.
Writer, artist and translator Lauren Moya Ford will introduce attendees to her background as a writer, offering insights into approaching a topic, researching and crafting a thesis, and building an integrative writing and editing process.
9:30 AM – 10:15 AM
Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker explores faith, self-awareness, and the question of creation as a manifestation of individual will and one’s capacity for hope.
Join the Art Education faculty in an Info Session for the April 2020 short-term study abroad program in Guatemala. Learn more about the program, how to apply, and how to receive scholarship funding.
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.