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From the Collection of Debora h Neff

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This exhibition presents over 100 unique handmade African-American dolls made between 1850 and 1940. Fai thful yet stylized representations of young and old African Americans\, the dolls portray playful boys and girls\, finely dressed gentlemen and elegan t young ladies\, distinguished older men and stately\, determined women of mature years. The dolls are believed to have been created by African Americ ans for children that they knew‒members of their own families and communiti es as well as white children in their charge. Embroidered\, stitched and pa inted faces express a variety of emotions&ndash\;surprise\, puzzlement\, co ntentment and joy.

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The dolls featured are constructed from a variety of materials. A number of dolls are simply presented\, while others wear elaborate clothing\, including undergarments\ , coats\, hats\, shoes and accessories. Many were made of leftover material s\, including precious bits of lace\, ribbon and selvage. Sock dolls were c reated with mended stockings stuffed with wool or raw cotton. Several dolls have delicate paper clothing\, teeth and eyes\; others have a small piece of wood or leather inserted under the fabric to form a nose. Topsy-turvy do lls reveal a black doll on one side and a white doll on the other\, providi ng two dolls to play with instead of one. Some dolls have heads made from c oconut shells\, leather-wrapped heads and limbs\, or make use of manufactur ed doll parts\; others use bottles as the foundations of the dolls&rsquo\; bodies.

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BLACK DOLLS \;also includes rare nineteenth- and twentieth-century photogr aphs of dolls\, clutched by their young owners\, or posed alone\; these pro vide a fascinating yet somewhat mysterious context for these handmade and c herished companions.

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BLAC K DOLLS is part of the AMERICAN ICONS Exhibition Series. Beginning in June 2014 and throughout 2015 Mingei International Museum will mount a seri es of exhibitions to celebrate the imagination\, inspiration and innovation of Americans who have for more than three centuries created stunning works of folk art\, craft and design &ndash\; our shared American Icons. AMERICAN ICONS i s generously sponsored by Just Folk.

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DTEND:20150705 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150207 GEO:32.7314223;-117.1510527 LOCATION:Mingei International Museum - San Diego\,1439 El Prado Balboa Park \nSan Diego\, CA 92101 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Black Dolls UID:368099 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150207T160000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150207T100000 GEO:32.7314223;-117.1510527 LOCATION:Mingei International Museum - San Diego\,1439 El Prado Balboa Park \nSan Diego\, CA 92101 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Black Dolls UID:368100 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

A Memoir of Water: Works b y Young-Il Ahn features 31 large-scale abstractions that examine the s eemingly endless portrayals of the element. Due to the transformative exper ience of being lost at sea and his mastery of the medium\, Young-Il Ahn ski llfully and methodically paints portraits of the ocean in an array of color s and textures that has led him to develop his work into a profoundly conte mporary aesthetic. His dexterity with the oil medium borders on the unconvi ncing and must be experienced in person to be fully understood. His practic e is meticulous and encourages a meditative state during the creative proce ss. Before he begins his daily painting\, Ahn plays the piano\, clarinet an d cello\, which fulfills his long-standing love affair with music. Each lay er\, each color\, each stroke of the palate knife is deliberately applied w hile in a state of utter concentration. Astonishingly\, Ahn knows what the finished painting will look like before he even begins to paint.

DTEND:20150412 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150219 GEO:33.763173;-118.166784 LOCATION:Long Beach Museum of Art\,2300 East Ocean Blvd. \nLong Beach\, CA 90803 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Memoir of Water: Works by Young-Il Ahn\, Young-Il Ahn UID:368097 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150219T200000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150219T110000 GEO:33.763173;-118.166784 LOCATION:Long Beach Museum of Art\,2300 East Ocean Blvd. \nLong Beach\, CA 90803 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Memoir of Water: Works by Young-Il Ahn\, Young-Il Ahn UID:368098 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Lisa Bartleson UID:368095 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Lisa Bartleson UID:368096 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Eric Johnson UID:368093 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Eric Johnson UID:368094 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, Craig Kauffman\, Tony Delap\, DeWain Valentine\, Tom Jenkins\, John Paul Jones UID:368091 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, Tony Delap\, Tom Jenkins\, John Paul Jones\, Cra ig Kauffman\, DeWain Valentine UID:368092 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Andrew Benson UID:368089 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Andrew Benson UID:368090 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Sculpture of Charles Dickson\, Charles Dickson UID:368087 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Sculpture of Charles Dickson\, Charles Dickson UID:368088 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150315 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Jennifer Faist UID:368085 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Jennifer Faist UID:368086 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, R. Nelson Parrish UID:368083 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150124T180000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150124T110000 GEO:34.6971699;-118.1480359 LOCATION:Lancaster Museum of Art and History\,665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corn er of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)\nLancaster \, CA 93534 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, R. Nelson Parrish UID:368084 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The legendary American painter Robert Henri made his first plans to visit California just over a century ago. \; &ldquo\;Westward Ho!&rdquo\; he exclaimed in 1914 in a letter t o his former student\, Alice Klauber\, who lived in San Diego.  \;Henri &rsquo\;s eagerness was rooted in his quest for new settings and fresh subj ects. &ldquo\;I am now quite convinced that San Diego is one of the most in teresting and beautiful places in the world and we shall head that way and will not be convinced otherwise until we have seen the place and have been turned away\,&rdquo\; he wrote.  \;Henri arrived in June and spent most of the latter part of 1914 living in an Irving Gill-designed cottage above La Jolla Cove. \; During these months the New York artist gave demonst rations to local artist groups\, sent canvases to exhibitions in Los Angele s\, New York\, and San Francisco\, helped Klauber conceive of a complex fin e art program for the Panama-California Exposition then being planned for 1 915 in the city&rsquo\;s Balboa Park\, wrote numerous letters to acquaintan ces in New York\, and scripted theoretical texts about his aims for portrai ture and exhibition practice. \; He also painted portraits of the local population\, as well as at least one view of the Pacific Ocean swells outs ide his front door.  \;After a busy summer and fall\, he returned to Ne w York in October of that year.
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Although Henri subsequently b ecame a frequent visitor to Santa Fe\, New Mexico\, he chose not to return to Southern California until the summer of 1922\, and then he stopped only briefly. \; He came just once more to the West Coast\, in January of192 5. \; On both of these latter occasions he remained in Los Angeles\, pa inting portrait commissions for the families of local business leaders and some Hollywood celebrities. \; The artist&rsquo\;s choice of sitters in LA sharply contrasts with his San Diego focus. \; A decade earlier his subjects amounted to a remarkable cross-section of the region&rsquo\;s eth nic diversity. In La Jolla\, Chinese-Americans\, Mexican-Americans\, Native American\, and African-Americans had all sat for brightly colored portrait s.
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While there are numerous studies of the artist&rsquo\;s pe ripatetic nature&mdash\;recent exhibitions have considered his travels in S pain\, Ireland\, and France\, as well as New York\, Santa Fe\, and Maine&md ash\;Henri&rsquo\;s interest in Southern California has never been fully ev aluated. The small and choice exhibition Robert Henri&rsquo\;s Californ ia: Realism\, Race\, and Region 1914-1925\, consisting of a dozen outs tanding examples of his work in the state\, corrects this historical oversi ght. \; The exhibition and its catalogue bring together for the first t ime a number of the works that Henri produced during his sojourns in San Di ego and Los Angeles. \; As statements of his complex realist ideas\, th e paintings relate a fascinating story of his shifting concerns as an artis t and the developing face of the region.
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The authors of the l avishly illustrated catalogue that accompanies the exhibition are the exhib ition&rsquo\;s guest curator\, Derrick Cartwright\, a distinguished scholar of American art\, and the Henri authority Valerie Leeds. Their essays will challenge prevailing accounts of Henri&rsquo\;s career\, looking carefully at his motivations for working in Southern California while comparing the works he made there to his broader oeuvre. \; A close analysis of how H enri&rsquo\;s painting changed as a result of his California travels will r eveal the lasting impact of the experience. \; Both exhibition and cata logue will be enhanced by rare documentation\, including selections from He nri&rsquo\;s own illustrated correspondence\, photographic snapshots of his time in the region\, and other period texts. \; It is a unique opportu nity to assess an acknowledged master of modern American art in new terms a nd with important insights into his legacy for California art history.
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Exhibition dates
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San Jose Museum of Art\, September 18\, 2014 to January 18\, 2015
Laguna Art Museum\, Februar y 22 to May 31\, 2015
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Support for Robert Henri&rsquo\;s C alifornia: Realism\, Race\, and Region\, 1914-1925 is provided by Kare n and Robert Hoehn and Laura and Louis Rohl.

DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Robert Henri’s California: Realism\, Race\, and Region\, 1914-1925\ , Robert Henri UID:368081 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150222T170000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222T110000 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Robert Henri’s California: Realism\, Race\, and Region\, 1914-1925\ , Robert Henri UID:368082 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Most of the leading California artists of the second half of the twentieth century\, from Wayne Thiebaud to David Hockney and Ed Ruscha\, were both painters and printmakers. Printm aking flourished thanks to the establishment of print workshops where artis ts could benefit from the technical know-how and inventiveness of expert pr inters. The most notable were Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles\ , founded in 1960\; Crown Point Press in San Francisco\, founded in 1962\; Gemini G. E. L. in Los Angeles\, founded in 1966\; and Cirrus Editions\, al so in Los Angeles\, founded in 1970. Drawn from the museum&rsquo\;s own pri nt holdings and some local private collections\, this exhibition is an anth ology of outstanding works by California printmakers of the period. For tho se unfamiliar with printmaking processes\, it also serves as an introductio n to the various techniques involved&mdash\;lithography\, screenprinting\, etching\, and so on. The main printmaking terms are briefly explained in a glossary available in the galleries

DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:California Printmakers\, 1950-2000 UID:368079 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150222T170000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222T110000 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:California Printmakers\, 1950-2000 UID:368080 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

During 1988 and 1989\, eight L os Angeles-based artists were each invited to spend two weeks in Barcelona and create colorful etchings and lithographs at the well-known print worksh op Polí\;grafa Obra Grá\;fica. The artists were Peter Alexander \, Larry Bell\, Billy Al Bengston\, Laddie John Dill\, Craig Kauffman\, Ed Moses\, Eric Orr\, and Ed Ruscha. Part of the wave of print workshops that collaborated with artists and enabled printmaking to flourish in the latter half of the twentieth century\, Polí\;grafa Obra Grá\;fica was founded in 1964 by Manuel de Muga. By the 1970s\, the workshop was able to facilitate etchings\, lithographs\, and woodcuts. Artists such as Francis Bacon\, Robert Motherwell\, Max Ernst\, Helen Frankenthaler\, Christo\, Joh n Cage\, Kenneth Noland\, Alex Katz\, and many others were also invited to create print editions.
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Generously gifted to the museum by Ed Moses and his family\, the Barcelona Portfolio is displayed in its entirety of sixteen prints.

DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:in Barcelona\, Peter Alexander\, Larry Bell\, Billy Al Bengston\, L addie John Dill\, Craig Kauffman\, Ed Moses\, Eric Orr\, Ed Ruscha UID:368077 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150222T170000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150222T110000 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:in Barcelona\, Peter Alexander\, Larry Bell\, Billy Al Bengston\, L addie John Dill\, Craig Kauffman\, Ed Moses\, Eric Orr\, Ed Ruscha UID:368078 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

During the Art Auction Preview Week\, Laguna Art Museum is open and free to the public to view the works featured in Art Auction 2015. You are invited to view and bid on the auctio n items from Saturday\, January 31 through Friday\, February 6 at Laguna Ar t Museum. To ensure that you are the winning bidder\, join us for Art Auction 2015: California Cool \;on Saturda y\, February 7 (6:00-10:00 p.m.). \; If you are unable to attend the ar t auction\, absentee bids can be made in person at the museum during Art Au ction Preview Week\, on the museum&rsquo\;s online auction gallery\, or by call ing 949.494.8971 x219.

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Saturday\, Jan uary 31 \; | 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday\, February 1 \; | 11 :00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Monday\, February 2 \; | 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.< br /> Tuesday\, February 3 \; | 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday\, February 4 | CLOSED
Thursday\, February 5 | 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
Friday\, February 6 | 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

DTEND:20150206 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150131 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Auction 2015 | Preview Week UID:368075 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150131T170000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150131T110000 GEO:33.5433709;-117.7881789 LOCATION:Laguna Art Museum\,307 Cliff Drive \nLaguna Beach\, CA 92651 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Auction 2015 | Preview Week UID:368076 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

As a curator\, Carolyn Christo v-Bakargiev has worked with artist Pierre Huyghe on multiple occasions: as artistic director of \;dOCUMENTA (13) (2009&ndash\;12)\; as the artisti c director of the 16th Biennale of Sydney (2008)\; and as chief curator&nbs p\;at Castello di Rivoli Museum for Contemporary Art\, Turin (2002&ndash\;8 \, interim director\, 2009). On the occasion of \;Pierre Huyghe: Fl oat at Castello di Rivoli in 2004\, Skira published an exhibition cata logue authored by Christov-Bakargiev.

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Carolyn Christov-Bakargie \;currently serves as Edith Kreeger Wolf Dis tinguished Visiting Professor in Art Theory and Practice at \;Northwest ern University\, Evanston\, Illinois\, and is the curator of Saltwater: A Theory of Thought Forms&mdash\;The 14th Istanbul \;Biennial  \;(September 5&ndash\;October 31\, 2015). She is guest scholar at the Getty Research Institute\, Los Angeles\, for \;the 2014&ndash\;15 academic year.

DTEND:20150217T203000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150217T193000 GEO:34.062785;-118.3587631 LOCATION:LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art\,5905 Wilshire Avenue \nL os Angeles\, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev Lectures on Pierre Huyghe UID:368074 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Join media artist Rebecca Alle n and interactive media pioneer Scott Fisher for a conversation about the a rtistic potential of virtual environments and realities. Formerly within th e reach of only large labs serving research and industry\, virtual-reality technology is now available to individuals with the advent of small\, inexp ensive development kits. Beyond the immediate entertainment applications as sociated with these new devices\, what can they offer artists?

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Rebecca Allen is a media artist and professor and founding chair of the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts. Scott Fisher i s professor and founding chair of the Interactive Media Division and associ ate dean of research at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

DTEND:20150122T200000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150122T190000 GEO:34.062785;-118.3587631 LOCATION:LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art\,5905 Wilshire Avenue \nL os Angeles\, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Talk—Landscapes: Virtual Environments and Assorted Realities with Rebecca Allen and Scott Fisher\, Rebecca Allen UID:368073 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Artist Christine Corday talks with CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan about her installation  \;Christine Corday: Protoist Series\, Selected Forms\, on view in the museum&rsquo\;s BP Grand Entrance. Following a brief discussion at the installation site\, Corday and Govan d iscuss her trajectory from the paintbrush to a plasma torch. Corday uses &l dquo\;protoist&rdquo\; to refer to forms that transition in and out of a so lid state and are both sensory perception and definition.

DTEND:20150120T203000 DTSTAMP:20141220T221756 DTSTART:20150120T193000 GEO:34.062785;-118.3587631 LOCATION:LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art\,5905 Wilshire Avenue \nL os Angeles\, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Artist’s Conversation: Christine Corday and Michael Govan\, christi ne corday UID:368072 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR