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smART Talks: Harry Reese, Pattern Recognition
653 Paseo Nuevo
Paseo Nuevo Mall Upper Arts Terrace
Santa Barbara, CA 93101


October 14th, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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1/3, Mised Media, 15 ½ x 34 in
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Friday, October 14, 7 pm

smART Talks:  Harry Reese, Pattern Recognition  

“Information overload leads to pattern recognition” Marshall McLuhan

Harry Reese will be speaking on his recent work and ideas, highlighting particular visual, conceptual, and perceptual patterns that appear in or accompany the various projects he has made or participated in over the last three decades.

 
Harry Reese is a Professor in the Department of Art and the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the Associate Dean of the College of Creative Studies.  In partnership with his wife Sandra Liddell Reese, he publishes limited edition books and prints for their Turkey Press & Edition Reese imprints.  He has received grants and significant recognition from a number of organizations, including the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council.  ADMISSION IS FREE

The smART Talks program serves to increase awareness of local artists through a series of three talks a year by local artists about their work, careers, and creative process. The series, begun in 1996, was created in honor of Helen Rosenberg, mother of Susan Rose, and grandmother of Julie Weiner, and pays tribute to artists who live and work in the Santa Barbara area.


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