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Farm to Student: Produce on the Plaza

Monday, February 12 from 11-1 PM
(Every 2nd Monday during the Fall and Spring semester)

Stop by for FREE fresh farmers' market produce on the museum plaza, while supplies last.  Learn more about the Farm to Student series.

Artist in Residence Sarah Beadle of Notch gives demonstrations and shares healthy lifestyle tips.  An Art/Food Pairing is also given out, matching small bites by Sarah Beadle with limited edition prints from Tommy Sepagan, a graduate of the CSULB Printmaking program.

 

UAM @ NOON

Wednesday, February 21 from 12-1 PM

Tour Robert Irwin: Site Determined with exhibition curator Matthew Simms, and enjoy new insights into the artist's process during this gallery walkthrough.  

Simms is a Professor of Art History at CSU Long Beach and holds a PhD in Art History from Harvard University (1998).  A leading scholar of Irwin, Simms is editor of Robert Irwin, Notes Toward a Conditional Art (Getty 2011) and author of Robert Irwin: A Conditional Art (Yale 2016).  He also conducted a landmark oral history interview with Irwin under the auspices of the Archives of American Art, Washington, DC (2014). 

 

In Conversation: Practice, Process, and Projects with Walter Hood

Thursday, March 8 from 7-9 PM

The UAM and the CSULB Department of Design have partnered to present a talk by Walter Hood as part of the Duncan Anderson Design Lecture Series in association with Robert Irwin: Site Determined

Walter Hood is the award-winning Creative Director and Founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, CA and a professor at the University of California, Berkeley who lectures internationally.  Hood Design Studio is tripartite practice, working across art + fabrication, design + landscape, and research + urbanism.  The resulting urban spaces and their objects act as public sculpture, creating new apertures through which to see the surrounding emergent beauty, strangeness, and idiosyncrasies.  The Studio’s award winning work has been featured in publications including Dwell, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fast Company, Architectural Digest, Places Journal, and Landscape Architecture Magazine. Walter Hood is also a recipient of the 2017 Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award.

 

In Conversation: An Unfolding in Time with Sally Yard

Wednesday, April 11 from 7-9 PM

Join us for a discussion about Robert Irwin: Site Determined with Sally Yard, an Irwin scholar focusing on the interconnectedness of public art, its time, and its terrain. 

Yard is a Professor of Art History at University of San Diego and in addition to her explorations of art in public spaces, she writes about art since the Second World War.  She is the author of Christo: Oceanfront (Princeton University Press), and an essay contributor for Robert Irwin (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Rizzoli, 1993); Museum as Muse (Museum of Modern Art, New York and Abrams, 1999); Private Time in Public Space (1998); Fugitive Spaces (2002), and A Dynamic Equilibrium: In Pursuit of Public Terrain (2007).  She has also written on painting in Francis Bacon: A Retrospective (The Trust for Museum Exhibitions and Abrams, 1999) and Willem de Kooning (Poligrafa, Barcelona, 2007).