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Category Archives: 2011-12
Pam Minty and Alain LeTourneau present their 2011 film Empty Quarter on Wednesday May 30, 2012, 11:30-1:30, in Lecture Hall 1 at The Evergreen State College. film website | read reviews | view clips Empty Quarter (2011, 16mm black & white/sound, 71 minutes) … Continue reading
A native of New York City. Susan Noyes Platt is a freelance art historian and art critic, as well as a political activist, based in Seattle, Washington. She has published articles, essays and reviews on the intersections of art and … Continue reading
Storm Tharp builds his strange and beautiful characters by first drawing contours on the page with water. Before the water has a chance to dry, he applies drops of mineral ink, resulting in unruly and expansive bleeds on the paper. … Continue reading
Molly Landreth is a Seattle based artist who explores concepts of identity and community through intimate large-format film photography and multi-media collaboration. She is most well known for her series, “Embodiment: A Portrait of Queer Life in America” which she … Continue reading
Lisa Radon writes about art and makes art about writing. She makes text-based art, poem, word-sound performance, and collaborative, durational writing projects. She writes regularly for art ltd. and ArtsWatch, and has contributed to Oregon. Humanities, American Craft, Portland Monthly, … Continue reading
Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which recently celebrated its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type … Continue reading
Dana Schutz, whose vibrant, large-scale paintings are collected by many major museums, gives a lecture at the CFA School of Visual Arts Contemporary Perspectives Lecture series, which brings professional artists, including painters, sculptors, printmakers, graphic designers, and art educators and … Continue reading
The last three weeks of the Artist Lecture Series will feature student talks on studio work and/or research projects. This week, student Marshall Astor from the program Museum or Mausoleum? The Framing of Art, Culture and Neuroplasticity and Mosoleum, and … Continue reading
The last three weeks of the Artist Lecture Series will feature student talks on studio work and/or research projects. This week Student Originated Studies: Visual Art students, Willis Hoke, Bianca DeMars, Andrew Ludwig, and Madeline Waits will be giving artist … Continue reading
The last three weeks of the Artist Lecture Series will feature student talks on their studio work and/or research projects. This week Student Originated Studies: Visual Art students, Graham Jones, Jessica Sage, Eva Boynton and Kyle Rollins will be giving … Continue reading