Jun
23
11:00 AM11:00

Closing day of Going Clear | ArtCenter Spring MFA Exhibition

 
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ArtCenter is very pleased to announce the inaugural exhibition of ArtCenter DTLA, the College’s new satellite location in downtown Los Angeles.

ArtCenter College of Design’s Graduate Art program presents Going Clear, an exhibition of works by it’s Spring 2019 graduating class. 

Please join us for an opening reception on May 16, 2019 from 6–9 p.mRegister your attendance today.

 
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Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Mona Kuhn Guest Lecture

 
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Mona Kuhn is best known for her large-scale photographs of the human form.  Her approach is unusual in that she develops close relationships with her subjects, resulting in images of remarkable intimacy, and creating the effect of people naked but comfortable in their own skin.  A sublime sense of comfort and intelligence permeates her works, showing the human body in its most natural state while simultaneously re-envisioning the nude as a contemporary canon of art.

This event is hosted by the Photo Department and is free and open to the public.

 
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Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Closing day for Oscar Rejlander at Getty Center

 
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Enchanted by a Parrot (Mary Rejlander?) (detail), about 1860, Oscar Rejlander, albumen silver print. William Talbott Hillman Collection, New York. Photo: Hans P. Kraus, Jr., New York

Often referred to as the “father of art photography,” Oscar G. Rejlander has been praised for his early experiments with combination printing, his collaboration with Charles Darwin, and his influence on the work of Julia Margaret Cameron and Lewis Carroll. This exhibition is the first major retrospective on Rejlander, highlighting new research and a selection of works brought together for the first time.

Exhibition remains open at the Getty Center until June 9th.

 
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Jun
8
6:00 PM18:00

Melodie McDaniel at The Malibu Lumber Yard

 
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ArtCenter Alumnus Melodie McDaniel will be showing photographs from her Daring to Claim the Sky show at Malibu Lumber Yard. Melodie McDaniel’s work is rooted in understanding identity and experience through a nuanced and respectful exploration of her subjects over time. With a deep interest in discovering telling signs of humanity that unite us all, it makes perfect sense she was drawn to Compton Jr. Posse as an epic subject to tell a compelling story.

Founded by Mayisha Akbar in 1988, Compton Jr. Posse is an equestrian program in Compton, CA that empowers neighborhood kids by teaching them competitive equestrian skills and horse care and maintenance. By “Keeping kids on horses and off the streets”, this youth community outreach program develops and nurtures self esteem, responsibility and discipline.

In 2015, McDaniel was introduced to CJP by her equestrian friend and writer, Amelia Fleetwood – who knew she would be an inspired match for the organization. Since then, McDaniel has immersed herself in the CJP community to capture its mission and day to day spirit with dignified portraits and powerful reportage.

 
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Jun
6
7:00 PM19:00

Movie Night: All Things Are Photographable

 
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"What is a photograph?" Garry Winogrand (1928-1984) asks in his iconic, gravelly Bronx accent. Decades before digital technology transformed how we make and see pictures,Winogrand made hundreds of thousands of them with his 35mm Leica, creating an encyclopedic portrait of America from the late 1950s to the early 1980s in the process. When he died suddenly at age 56, Winogrand left behind more than 10,000 rolls of film - more than a quarter of a million pictures! These images capture a bygone era: the New York of Mad Men and the early years of the Women's Movement, the birth of American suburbs, and the glamour and alienation of Hollywood. He produced so many unseen images that it has taken until now for the full measure of his artistic legacy to emerge. Forged by Winogrand's own words and images, GARRY WINOGRAND: ALL THINGS ARE PHOTOGRAPHABLE is a stunningly intimate portrait of an artist who both personified his era and transformed it.

ArtCenter Photo Department will host a screening of the film Thursday, June 6th in the LA Times Theatre.

 
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Jun
5
8:45 AM08:45

ArtCenter Preview Day: Photo and Imaging

 
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Prospective undergraduate students and newly admitted students are invited to attend ArtCenter’s Preview Day, an opportunity to learn more about our Photography and Imaging Department. Prospective and newly admitted students will receive a guided tour of ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus, visit classes, explore state of the art photography labs, and engage with current students and faculty over lunch.

 Prospective student applicants are encouraged to bring their portfolios and meet with an Admissions Counselor, who can offer advice on preparing a portfolio and answer questions about entrance requirements for the Photography and Imaging Department.

Attendees are required to RSVP as space is limited:

 
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May
5
to May 10

Palm Springs Photo Festival 2019

 
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The Palm Springs Photo Festival Connect 2019 offers professional, emerging, and serious advanced amateur photographers the opportunity to study with legendary photographers, show portfolios in our celebrated portfolio review program, check out the latest gear, attend cutting-edge seminars, symposiums, networking events and enjoy evening presentations by world famous image-makers. The inevitable relationships that are made or renewed at PSPF can oftentimes be transformative. Visit the website for more information.

Participate in Workshops

The fourteenth year Workshop Program will offer 20 intense, hands-on, remarkable classes with world-renowned working photographers and educators. Most begin with a meet and greet on Sunday, May 5th, and are followed by three full days beginning on Monday, May 6th plus a 4th day morning session on May 9th.

In most cases, the maximum number of students in a workshop is 16. You will spend three 1/2 days with your fellow students listening, learning, shooting, doing class critiques and comparing notes. Your instructor will work with you, demonstrate his or her methods, explore his or her own work and your own.

 
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Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Graduation and Grad Show

 
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At Saturday morning’s Graduation Ceremony, educational leaders from the College confer degrees upon our graduating students. In addition to hearing from the Student Leadership Award winner and class Valedictorian, a graduation address is typically offered by a notable artist or designer, a celebrated faculty member or a distinguished alum.

On Saturday afternoon, Grad Show officially opens to the public following the Graduation Ceremony. Friends, family and people from across Greater Los Angeles are offered a chance to view the work of our graduating students at a more leisurely pace.

 
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Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

ArtCenter Grad Show

  • Pasadena Convention Center, Exhibit Halls B and C (map)
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ArtCenter proudly presents the Spring 2019 graduating class. You’re invited to come meet our graduates and see the ideas, concepts and projects created by the next generation of artists and designers.

Grad Show is open to alumni and industry partners. All work will be on view at the Pasadena Convention Center, Exhibit Halls B and C. below are the departments that will be on view at the show:

Undergraduate
Advertising
Entertainment Design
Environmental Design
Film
Fine Art
Graphic Design
Illustration
Interaction Design
Photography and Imaging
Product Design
Transportation Design

Graduate
Art
Environmental Design
Film
Graphic Design
Industrial Design
Media Design Practices
Transportation Systems and Design

RSVP by clicking here before April 10, 2019

 
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Apr
25
10:00 AM10:00

Recruitment Open House and Industry Preview

 
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On the Thursday before Graduation, ArtCenter invites select employers from top companies and studios to Recruitment Open House. At this event, hosted by Career and Professional Development, graduating students network with industry professionals looking to identify talent for current or potential job openings.

 
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Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Annie Leibovitz at Hauser & Wirth - Closing Reception

 
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Beginning 14 February, Hauser & Wirth will present ‘Annie Leibovitz. The Early Years, 1970 – 1983: Archive Project No. 1,’ a new installation of the 2017 exhibition of the same title presented by the LUMA Foundation’s Parc des Ateliers in Arles, France. As the first comprehensive exhibition in Los Angeles devoted to the earliest work of this renowned American artist, ‘The Early Years’ features more than 4,000 photographs taken between 1970 and 1983.

Annie Leibovitz bought her first camera in the summer of 1968 after her freshman year as a student at the San Francisco Art Institute. Hauser & Wirth’s exhibition begins with photographs taken during this formative time in Northern California and is punctuated by images of the Bay Area landscape and photographs shot during drives Leibovitz often took on the highways between San Francisco and Los Angeles. While still a student, Leibovitz approached Rolling Stone magazine in 1970 – just three years after its inception – with a few of her photographs.

‘Annie Leibovitz. The Early Years, 1970 – 1983: Archive Project No. 1’ will be on view at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles daily from Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 6 pm from 14 February through 14 April 2019.

 
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Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

Nick Ut/Don Bartletti Opening Reception at Leica Gallery Los Angeles

 

NICK UT: "From Hell to Hollywood"
Huynh Cong Ut was born in Long An, Vietnam (the part of French Indochina) on March 29, 1951. Soon after his beloved brother Huynh Thanh My was killed covering the Vietnam War for the Associated Press (AP) in 1965, Ut joined the prestigious news gathering agency. Known professionally as Nick Ut, he covered the war in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography and the World Press Photo of the Year for his June 8, 1972 photo "The Terror of War," depicting children fleeing from a napalm bombing on their village of Trang Bang. Kim Phuc, the naked 9-year-old girl in the photograph became the face of all that as wrong with the war. Ut took her and several other wounded children to a hospital. If not for his actions, Kim would have died. They remain friends to this day. Ut himself was wounded three times during the war. In 1975 Saigon was about to fall to North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops, Ut left Vietnam, eventually being relocated in Japan for Associated Press.

Two years later he was transferred to Los Angeles where he continued to work for AP. During that time, he covered wild fires, riots, earthquakes, the O.J. Simpson case, Hollywood celebrities, the Olympics, and the Pope's visit to the City of Angels. In 2012, on the 40th anniversary of his Pulitzer-Prize winning photo, Ut became the third person inducted into the Leica Hall of Fame for his contributions to photojournalism.

On March 19, 2017, he retired from AP after 51 years with the company, allowing himself to refocus his energies on his love of documenting cultures and the natural world, creating his own assignments and distributing his work through Getty Images. Nick continues to teach workshops, do speaking engagements and have his work featured in exhibitions.


DON BARTLETTI: "Between Two Worlds"
Decades before the current debate about migrant caravans and border security, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Don Bartletti was documenting the unprecedented migration of people across the San Diego/Tijuana border that dwarfs today's statistics.

Throughout the 1980's and 90's, this was a pathway of least resistance, a doorway to opportunity for millions of Mexican and Central Americans who were Too Hungry to Knock. Furthermore, the frontier effectively extended 70 miles into the hills of North San Diego County where Bartletti revealed a subculture of migrant laborer squatter camps - people dug in for a raw version of the California Dream.

These silver gelatin selenium toned prints, made by the artist with a vintage Leica Fotomat I enlarger, are more than finely crafted art of carefully focused journalism. These are the faces of those caught Between Two Worlds - a story that remains much the same today.

Don Bartletti was awarded the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for his Los Angeles Times photo essay Enrique’s Journey. Other recognitions include the Robert F. Kennedy Grand Prize for International Photojournalism, George Polk Award; Scripps-Howard Foundation, Overseas Press Club, Pictures of the Year International and dozens more.

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Duration: April 11th- June 3rd, 2019

Gallery Hours: MOnday - Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm

 
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Mar
22
to Mar 24

Zack Snyder: The Director's Cuts

 
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A three-day event featuring special screenings of: 

Friday, March 22, 2019 | 6 PM
Dawn of the Dead Director's Cut

Saturday, March 23, 2019 | 4 PM
Watchmen Director's Cut

Sunday, March 24, 2019 | 4 PM

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition

Following each screening, there will be a panel discussion with ArtCenter alumnus and director Zack Snyder along with special guests from the individual films' cast and crew. 

Purchase a three-day pass or single-day tickets. A limited number of discounted tickets are available for ArtCenter alumni, donors, students, faculty and staff on a first come, first served basis. Attendees are also invited to join FullCircle to obtain discounted tickets and attend a private reception on Friday evening.  

Movie snacks, casual dinner and beverages are included in the ticket price.

The event is being sponsored by VERO True Social.

Limited edition t-shirts, with original art by Alex Pardee, are available through Ink to the People.  

All proceeds support ArtCenter College of Design and the refurbishing of the College's Ahmanson Auditorium.

For inquiries, please email 
giving@artcenter.edu. We will reply within one business day.

 
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Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Screening and Panel: Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie

 
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Join us for a special screening of the Hulu documentary Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie, featuring newly discovered footage and unprecedented access to the inner workings of a toy giant during Barbie’s biggest reinvention, surveys 60 years of women in popular culture through the lens of this 11.5 inch, Zelig-like plastic icon. Featuring interviews with Gloria Steinem, Roxane Gay, Peggy Orenstein, Mattel insiders and cultural historians, the documentary reveals, through both funny and fascinating archival material, and fly-on-the-wall observations of Barbie’s current architects, the progression and regression in the fight for gender equality. 

Following the screening, President Lorne Buchman will moderate a discussion with Andrea Nevins, producer, writer and director of Tiny Shoulders; and Kim Culmone, senior vice president and global head of design, Barbie & Fashion Dolls at Mattel.

Seating is limited. Don't forget to register your attendance.

Los Angeles Times Media Center (LAT)
Art Center College of Design (Hillside Campus)
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

 

 
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Mar
14
3:00 PM15:00

Gathering for Norma Smith

  • Sinclaire Pavilion, ArtCenter College of Design (map)
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The Photography and Imaging Department would like to invite you to an informal Tea for Norma Smith in the Sinclaire Pavilion, 3pm on Thursday, March 14, 2019.

It is with great sadness that I share with you news about the passing of our beloved faculty member and friend, Norma Smith. For the last fifteen years, Norma’s courses in the Photography Department have played an important role in our curriculum.  She was one of the bright shining lights in our faculty and staff.  Even in illness, Norma’s commitment to her students and our department never wavered.  Over the years, Norma spoke about ArtCenter almost like a second home, and we know that her students experienced something in her teaching that invited them to see something bigger than the subject, while challenging them to imagine something deeper than just the assignment.  Norma managed to teach us something about ourselves as she helped us learn about photography. 

Norma asked that there not be anything official or formal, but that she wouldn’t mind if we invited her friends, colleagues, and students to a casual and social gathering. I think Norma let everyone know everyday in her own way how she might like
to be remembered.

To honor her wishes, we will be serving tea, coffee, and other small refreshments in the Sinclaire Pavilion starting at three in the afternoon. Please join us for conversations, stories and a get together that she would have attended.

We also thought it would be nice to collect photographs of Norma and put these in a book for her husband Dave. If you have any pictures of Norma, please do share them with us. You're welcome to email (photography@artcenter.edu), mail, or drop off prints in our office.

 
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Mar
12
7:30 PM19:30

Graduate Art Seminar: Josephine Pryde

 
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Josephine Pryde is an artist, writer, and Professor for Contemporary Art and Photography at the University of the Arts, Berlin. Her solo exhibitions, Lapses in Thinking by the Person I Am, at the CCA Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts, San Francisco (2015), and These Are Just Things I Say, They Are Not My Opinions, for Arnolfini, Bristol, United Kingdom (2014), were recently brought together in a 2018 book co-published by ICA Philadelphia and Sternberg Press. The recipient of the 2016 Turner Prize, Pryde has exhibited in exhibitions including the Berlin Biennale, Berlin (2016), and New Photography, MoMA, New York (2013), and her work is held in the collections of MoMA, New York; MOCA, Los Angeles; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. She is represented by Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York and the Simon Lee Gallery, London, where she recently opened an exhibit of photography and 3D prints entitled In Case My Mind Is Changing.

Pryde’s writing appears in the journal Texte zur Kunst, where her Men of the Left, a reconsideration of the relationship between leftwing and feminist politics was published in the March 2018 issue.

Josephine Pryde | Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. 

 Los Angeles Times Media Center (LAT)

Art Center College of Design (Hillside Campus)

1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

 
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Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

Mock Interviews

 
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Interviewing is a learned skill that CPD staff and faculty want to help you perfect! Join us for mock interviews where you can gain confidence, learn to present projects in a clear and concise manner while allowing employers to understand your unique perspective. You may only get one chance to interview with your ideal employer, make it count!

Bring your resume, notebook/pen, a project you'd like to discuss and a firm handshake! You will rotate through various interviewers one-on-one.

Location: Board Room - Hillside Bridge (256)

 
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Mar
9
2:00 PM14:00

Nick Brandt Artist Talk and Book Signing at Fahey/Klein Gallery

 
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The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present Nick Brandt, This Empty World, an exhibition of new works addressing the escalating environmental and ecological destruction of the natural world at the hands of man.  In this series Brandt directs our attention to a world where, overwhelmed by runaway human development, there is no longer space for animals to survive.  The humans in the photographs are also often helplessly swept along by the relentless tide of "progress".

In This Empty World, Brandt uses color for the first time, and a digital medium format, bringing immediacy to a critical subject that demands our attention.  Made on Maasai land in Kenya, Brandt began by photographing indigenous animals in their natural habitat.  Almost always keeping the camera in precisely the same position, he then built temporary urban structures in the same location, a highway overpass, a fueling station, re-photographing the transformed space.  Brandt then combines the two images in post-production, composing dramatic scenes that confront urgent environmental issues, such as the scarcity of resources and encroaching industrialization.

The series, shot primarily at night, shows the neon glow of urban lights illuminating passive crowds and displaced animals.  In This Empty World, Brandt makes powerful and haunting images revealing the mutual suffering of animals and humans as victims of environmental devastation.

Nick Brandt, This Empty World

February 28, 2019 through April 27, 2019

Visit the exhibition website here

 
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Mar
8
6:00 PM18:00

ArtNight Pasadena at the Armory

 
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Enjoy a free evening of art and entertainment as Pasadena’s most prominent institutions swing open their doors for ArtNight. Make the Armory your hub location, then hop on free shuttle buses connecting dozens of other cultural destinations, including the Norton Simon, Art Center, and the PMCA. Also, be sure sure to check out artWORKS, our satellite facility in East Pasadena. The night is yours to decide.

In addition to our current exhibitions, you can explore our year-round art classes for all ages. In our main studio, don’t miss El Rio—a Los Angeles-based sextet expressing resistance, love, and revolution through a fusion of Latin American folk rhythms. There will also be a cash bar with wine and local craft beer, an interactive scent lab, and food trucks.

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Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

Ryan Schude Guest Talk

  • Los Angeles Times Media Center, ArtCenter Hillside Campus (map)
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Thursday, March 7th at 7pm in the Los Angeles Times Media Center

Ryan Schude is a Los Angeles based editorial, advertising, and fine art photographer. Schude creates staged narrative tableauxs that are filled with dark humor and drama. His clients include Entertainment Weekly, McDonald’s, Volkswagen, Time Magazine, Sony, Esquire, Hollywood Reporter, and the Guinness World Records.

This event is hosted by the Photo Department and is free and open to the public.

 
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Mar
3
9:30 AM09:30

Bookbinding Workshop

 
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Offered by the Integrated Studies Department, this hands-on workshop is open to ACCD degree-enrolled day students. Limited to 15 seats.

 You will learn perfect binding, Japanese stab stitch with both soft and hard covers, and saddle stitch, by making these types of books during the day-long workshop. Required materials, which should cost between $75-$100, will be available in the student store for you to purchase ahead of time. (Materials lists will be distributed by email a week prior to meeting.) The workshop is free otherwise.

Sign up to attend: artcenterbookbinding@gmail.com

Reserve a seat to learn location.

 
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Feb
28
7:30 PM19:30

An Evening with Annie Leibovitz

 
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Visionary photographer Annie Leibovitz is one of our most astute observers of contemporary culture, depicting the past half century’s great personalities in images that are both iconic and intimate. Throughout her career, Leibovitz has created work that generates conversation, whether outrage, admiration, shock or some amalgam of all three. A Library of Congress Living Legend, Leibovitz’s lens both captures and shapes America’s modern landscape. Her illustrated lecture will be followed by a Q&A with Pico Iyer.

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Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Film Screening: Living in the Story

  • Los Angeles Center of Photography (map)
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Living in the Story documents thirty-five years of art-making by photographer Patrick Nagatani. The film portrays an artist deeply concerned with world events, who uses imagery and storytelling to raise awareness about modern anxieties, with an emphasis on the threat of nuclear weapons. Despite the serious content of his subject matter, his innovative images are compelling and entertaining. An engaging raconteur and teacher, Nagatani talks in the film about his projects, his unorthodox photographic techniques, and his subtle weaving together of fiction and fact.

A short version exploring three photographic series dealing with immigration/internment and nuclear issues is available. These issues are particularly relevant today, in light of escalating threats of war, toxic pollution and a growing refugee population worldwide.

Scott Nagatani’s hauntingly beautiful music score provides the film’s soundtrack.

Website Here

 
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Feb
24
12:30 PM12:30

Roundtable at RAM: Eyes Wide Open - Discoveries in the IE

 
Noah Berger, Embers From the Blue Cut Fire, 2016. Courtesy of the artist.

Noah Berger, Embers From the Blue Cut Fire, 2016. Courtesy of the artist.

Roundtable at RAM: Eyes Wide Open – Discoveries in the IE
Sunday, February 24, 2019, Gallery Tour: 12:30 p.m., Panel Discussion: 1:30 p.m. | Location: RAM

Robbert Flick, Ken Marchionno, Susan Straight, and Kim Stringfellow share their inland discoveries and how their finds inspired their work.

Exhibit Related Programming

Conversations at the Culver: Deep Roots/Rooting Around
Sunday, February 3, 2019, Gallery Tour: 12:30 p.m., Panel Discussion: 1:30 p.m. | Location: UCR ARTS

Kim Abeles, John Divola, Lewis deSoto, and Sant Khalsa discuss their extended engagement with the inland region personally and artistically.

Stan Brakhage's Desert Plus Shorts Made in the Inland Empire
Saturday, March 9, 2019, Gallery Tour: 2 p.m., Film: 3 p.m. | Location: UCR ARTS: Barbara & Art Culver Center of the Arts

A screening of Desert by Stan Brakhage, one of America's most important non-narrative experimental filmmakers plus short films of the IE by various independent filmmakers.

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Defining Photographs And Radical Experiments in Inland Southern California, 1950 To The Present

Freedom can be found at the margins. That is the theme of a first-ever survey exhibition opening January 19, 2019. In the Sunshine of Neglect: Defining Photographs and Radical Experiments in Inland Southern California, 1950 to the Present is a simultaneous two-part exhibition at UCR ARTS: California Museum of Photography and the Riverside Art Museum. The show presents the title’s territory on the eastern edge of the Los Angeles Basin as an experimental tabula rasa playground for photographers, where nothing was at stake, so everything was possible.

In the Sunshine of Neglect includes 194 works by 54 photographers, including ArtCenter Photo department faculty member Ken Marchionno. Other featured photographers: Kim Abeles, Ansel Adams, Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Laurie Brown, Judy Chicago, Joe Deal, Lewis deSoto, John Divola, Christina Fernandez, Judy Fiskin, Robbert Flick, Anthony Hernandez, Sant Khalsa, Richard Misrach, Kenda North, Allan Sekula, Julie Shafer, Julius Shulman, Joel Sternfeld, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Larry Sultan, Kim Stringfellow, among others. It is curated by artist and UCR ARTS: California Museum of Photography Senior Curator Douglas McCulloh.

Opening reception will be held in both the Riverside Art Museum and the California Museum of Photography. The exhibition sites are three-and-a-half blocks apart. The exhibition will run through April 28, 2019.

 
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