Monday, September 29, 2014

Anna Betbeze | October 1, 2014



Please join us this Wednesday at 7pm in Danforth Lecture Hall for artist Anna Betbeze. 


Anna Betbeze is a artist and Critic at Yale University school of art. She creates pieces that hover between painting and sculpture, utilizing wool flokati carpets as material ground for color saturation and physical distress. 

Anna Betbeze currently lives and works in New York. She has exhibited at MoMa PS1 and was the recipient of the 2013-14 Rome Prize.  


Monday, September 8, 2014

Sarah Oppenheimer | September 10, 2014





Please join us this Wednesday at 7pm in Danforth Lecture Hall for artist Sarah Oppenheimer.

Sarah Oppenheimer is a New York-based artist internationally recognized for her architectural installations which explore how the gallery space is animated and experienced. Her artwork will be on view at the Mills College Art Museum from September 13 - December 10, 2014. 


Sarah Oppenheimer's Website
Mills College Art Museum Exhibition Information

Mills College Lecture Series Poster 2014-2015

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Jennie Ottinger - March 6th, 7 PM, Danforth Lecture Hall

Come and see our final lecture of the 2012-2013 school year featuring Jennie Ottinger!

Jennie Ottinger is a painter who was raised in Massachusetts and currently lives in San Francisco, CA. Ottinger earned her BFA from California College of the Arts and her MFA from Mills College. She recently had a solo exhibition at Johansson Projects entitled What To Do With Your Orphan: A Manual and has had work at the NADA Art Fair in Miami, Southern Exposure, Headlands Center for the Arts, Adobe Books and Volta NY Art Fair, as well as galleries in New York, Dallas and Los Angeles.

http://jennieottinger.com/home.html

http://johanssonprojects.com/phpflickr/orphan_show.php

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Julio Cesar Morales - February 20th, 7 PM, Danforth Lecture Hall

Julio Cesar Morales is an artist, educator, and curator. He utilizes a range of media including photography, video, and printed and digital media to make conceptual projects that address the productive friction that occurs in trans-cultural territories. Morales' work consistently explores issues of labor, memory, surveillance technologies and identity strategies. He teaches and creates art in a variety of settings, from juvenile halls and probation offices to museums, art colleges, and alternative non-profit institutions.

Want to know more about his work? Watch his profile on the KQED Spark website:
http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/spark/profile.jsp?essid=18200

Monday, January 28, 2013

Gay Outlaw - February 6th, 7 PM, Danforth Lecture Hall


"In a career of over 20 years Gay Outlaw has examined relationships of sculpture, photography, and repeated motifs. She explores traditions of artistic construction and production in a way that pays homage to processes while experimenting with change. She has exhibited her work around the country, with exhibitions at the Sculpture Center in New York, The University Art Museum, Cal State Long Beach (with catalog) and the San Francisco MOMA (where she received the SECA Award.) Her artworks are in the collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, SF MOMA and the Berkeley Art Museum."


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUYV4yO8E2k

http://www.gayoutlaw.com/

http://www.gallerypauleanglim.com/Outlaw.html