Saturday June 4, 1:00PM – 4:00 PM
Max Guy Artist Talk 1:00pm
Max Guy will discuss time, entropy and the aesthetic interests that informed his pieces. He has worked in collage, print, photography and installation to contemplate existence within a society of mass mediation and technology.
Erin Hayden in Conversation with Danny Snelson 2:00pm
Erin Hayden will discuss her work with Danny Snelson, Mellon postdoc in the Digital Humanities, jointly appointed in the Kaplan Humanities Institute and the English Department. They will discuss the intersections of their artistic research and using the digital as a medium for source material as well as being spaces for art and poetry to exist.
David Sprecher Reading 3:00pm
David Sprecher will read selections from his virtual exhibition ‘Plumb’
May 5–June 19, 2016 Block Museum’s Alsdorf Gallery
This exhibition presents work by:
Dan Miller, and
Culminating their Master of Fine Arts (MFA) studies in the Department of Art Theory & Practice at Northwestern University.
Co-organized by the Department of Art Theory & Practice and the Block Museum, Northwestern University. Support provided by the Norton S. Walbridge Fund; The Cary Lane Art Supply Fund Cary courtesy of Dr. Madeleine Wing Adler; Myers Foundations; the Mary and Leigh Block Endowment Fund; and the Alsdorf Endowment.
This exhibition will be closed to the public for an Art Theory and Practice departmental program on Friday, May 6 from 10AM-3PM.