Conversing with Artists 2016

FALL 2016 SERIES

Saturdays at 4 pm

October 1: Ellen Wishnetsky-Mueller discusses her new exhibition Material Witness

October 8: The Stewardship of Art  

October 15: Protecting your Art Estate Legacy with Jennifer Stoots

October 22: Martha Bergman returns with Making Marks: A Brief History of Pigments and Their Usage

 

SUMMER 2016 series

Saturdays at 4 pm

May 21: Brian Borrello discusses his new exhibition Tooth & Claw

June 11: Christine Bourdette & Helen Lessick: Making Public Art

June 18: Sherrie Wolf: In Concert: Artists Making Music

July 9: Artist Panel Discussion: What is the Color of Memory?

July 16: Martha Bergman: Taking Color Off the Wheel

July 23: Junko Iijima: Casting Brass + Iron for the Migration Installation

July 30: Laura Fritz & Ellen George: Memories of Color

 

SPRING 2016 Series

Saturdays at 4 pm

Jan. 23: Visions and Revisions, Artist Panel 1 – Trude, Steff, Pat, Jef

Jan. 30: Visions and Revisions, Artist Panel 2 – Clinton, Claire, Kate, Andrea

February 6: What about Painting?

February 13: Relevance of Titles, Language, Setting the Stage, Explaining Ourselves

February 20: Kate Johnson's Crash Course on the History of Painting, abridged edition

February 27: Closing and Party

 

Conversing with Artists 2015

autumn 2015 SERIES

Saturdays at 4 pm

September 12: Eva Lake + Ellen Wishnetsky-Mueller: Beauty in the Age of Indifference

September 26: Pat Barrett:  Black as a Color in the exhibition Dark Matter

October 10: Justyn Hegreberg:  The Art of Darkness

October 24: Laura Fritz: The Development of Uncertainty and Mystery in My Work

November 21: Brad Rogers: The Jamison/Thomas Gallery in 1985

 

SUMMER 2015 SERIES

Saturdays at 4 pm

March 3: Heather Hutchison: How I Survive as a New York Artist

April 4: Eugenia Pardue: The Challenge of Painting

April 11: Ben Buswell & Sean Healy: Artwork Made from The Sum of Its Parts

April 18: Fernanda D’Agostino: The Role of Video in Immersive Installation Art

April 25: Ellen Wishnetsky-Mueller: An Evolution from Painter to Sculptor

May 2: Brad Johnson & Brad Mildrexler: Working the Terrain of Geologic Forms