Conversations@Moore: Ecology, Climate Change & Public Art
January 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us on Monday, January 27, 2020 from 6:30–8 pm at Moore College of Art & Design’s Graham Auditorium for Conversations@Moore, featuring Ernesto Pujol and Sarah Kavage. Moore is located at 1916 Race Street, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia.
Both Pujol, an artist and social choreographer, and Kavage, a Seattle-based visual artist and cultural organizer, create work within the intersection of climate change and public art. They will each share short presentations and speak in conversation. The event will also serve as a public launch for a tri-state arts initiative organized by the Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River (AWE), of which Kavage is a lead artist, made possible with major support from the William Penn Foundation.
This FREE event is part of our ongoing Conversations@Moore public program series, organized by Moore College of Art & Design’s Graduate Studies programs in Socially Engaged Art. For more information, visit moore.edu/sea.
WEDNESDAY, 29 JANUARY
Artists in Conversation: Michelle Lopez, Jackie Winsor, Anna Sew Hoy at the ICA
JAN 29, 2020, 6:30PM–8PM
This event convenes a group of intergenerational artists to discuss the gendered politics of sculptural practice from the 1960s to the present. Artists Jackie Winsor, Michelle Lopez, and Anna Sew Hoy will discuss their interventions to the traditionally masculinist and male-dominated canon. As students of Winsor, Lopez and Sew Hoy will reflect on their relationship to learning, making, and teaching. Bringing together different perspectives and experiences with personal relationships and histories, the artists will discuss how they have each come to define their respective sculptural practices.