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3 talks this week
The world is crazy, let’s talk with a few hundred folks.

1. Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 4P.M. Pacific Daylight Time.
Virtual Educator Evenings by The Nevada Museum of Art Reno in conjunction with the concurrent exhibit I am featured in.
Join us for our virtual Educator Evening. This month we are joined by JoAnne Northrup, Curator of Contemporary Art, and Bay Area artist, Kal Spelletich. Spelletich has been a pivotal figure in the machine art and robotics community and frequently collaborates with scientists, engineers, musicians and audiences. Join us as he discusses his performative and interactive practice and how it may support classroom practices.
For registration support or questions, please email jacque.Dawson@nevadaart.org. Educator Evenings is a FREE professional development series on the first Wednesday of every month (excluding January and July) offering state-approved professional development hours for participation.

2. Thursday June 4, 2020.
My dear Mary Muszynski is holding court at 5:30 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time.

All tix sale donated to @manna_foodbank & @yourrightscamp ——👆
A movie is a created world – a landscape that offers us the chance to escape, to be entertained or to contemplate real world issues. We are alone together when watching movies. In this discussion landscape architect and artist Mary Muszynski presents ideas about how to read landscapes in movies. We will slow down and take a different look at movies across the spectrum of cinematic history. She will use movie stills and clips from a broad range of genres from westerns to musicals to science fiction to art house & cult favorites. Seeing mountains, valleys, rivers, cities, the sea, etc. in movies we will set a framework to discuss on screen landscapes. Participants will have the chance to discuss their favorite movie landscapes and will receive a list of movies.

May M Talk

3. Friday June, 5, 2020, Noon Pacific Daylight Time.

Artist Kal Spelletich on Art, Science and Robotics (Virtual)
by The Nevada Museum of Art Reno in conjunction with the concurrent exhibit I am featured in.
Bay Area artist Kal Spelletich is a pivotal figure in the machine art and robotics community who frequently collaborates with scientists, engineers, musicians and audiences to realize his projects. His work in Where Art and Tech Collide celebrates marginalized and overlooked scientists.
Join Spelletich as he discusses his work and process live from his studio. Expect robotics, lasers and chance accidents.
Registration required by June 3.
The Art Bite lecture series is supported by Nevada Humanities with additional sponsorship and free admission for students supported by the Core Humanities Program at the University of Nevada, Reno.
June 5, 2020 12 – 1 pm $10 General
FREE Members
FREE Student
Dear friends, times are crazy, art is critical, health is tantamount and human lives are precious. May we all rise up to our best to help usher in this next phase of our existence.

James Baldwin on Looting

~ by kaltek on June 2, 2020.

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