Join us for a series of informal conversations with the artists.
Kathryn Parker Almanas
An evening of music, video, movement, and electronics.
Featuring performances by
Presented by the Department of Music and the David Winton Bell Gallery as part of the 2015 Faculty Exhibition.
A reception will follow the performance.
Nine Parts of Two, 2015
for piano with accompanying video projection (15min)
for trumpet and electronics (7min)
of the survival of images, 2013
for custom GLOBE controller, video, and sound (11min)
Instrument design, video and sound by Butch Rovan
Movement by Ami Shulman
Tony and Stan took a journey to find the dark heart of America.
Stan went to Cleveland.
Tony took a detour . . . to Istanbul.
This is their story.
Seating is limited. Reserve your seat.
Stations Lost charts Tony Fitzpatrick and his friend Stan Klein’s search to “find the dark heart of America.” Meandering along highways stretching across the Midwest, to the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, to Wall Street’s occupied squares, the play explores what’s become of the United States, and to Tony and Stan, in the wake of two wars and an economic collapse—through the uniquely American lens of the road trip.
First performed at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater, This Train, Stations Lost and Nickel History: Nation of Heat have each received widespread critical acclaim. Writing for the Chicago Tribune, Chris Jones states Stations Lost “does not feature conventional theatrical rhythms; rather it ebbs and flows, amping up and cooling off. There's food for thought, but the whole collage-like affair is also remarkably relaxing.” And the Williamsburg Greenpoint Arts News praises “Before you know it, Fitzpatrick has hustled his way into brilliance….”
In celebration of Dave Cole: American Lullaby, please join Dave Cole and Bell Gallery curator Alexis Lowry Murray in a conversation about Cole's sculptural practice.
A reception will follow in List Art Lobby
For tickets please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glenn-brown-artist-lecture-tickets-13258740249
Join Bell Gallery director Jo-Ann Conklin for a tour and discussion of SHE: Picturing women at the turn of the 21st century, which features work by Jenny Saville, Lisa Yuskavage, Chris Ofili, Jeff Koons, and others. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited.
Tickets available at: http://she-lunch.eventbrite.com